Innermost part of a temple where the statue of the god or a sacred bark was kept. The word is also used for a free-standing structure which resembles a small temple. The chapels of the vulture goddess Nekhbet in Elkab and the cobra goddess Wadjet in Buto, two small, differently shaped buildings, became the symbols for all of Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt respectively. The word 'chapel' can also refer to small buildings along processional ways designed to permit the sacred bark to 'rest' during processions.