Description and function of northern:
The northern pastophorium is a square room that in the first phase had a plaster floor and was probably open to the northern aisle. In the second phase, the northern pastophorium was paved with a mosaic floor and separated from the northern aisle by a wall.
Description and function of southern:
The southern pastophorium is referred by the excavator as "chapel" or "martyrion". It seems that in the first phase it was a square room, similar to the northern pastophorium. In the second phase, the southern pastophorium was separated from the southern aisle by means of a stone-built balustrade and an apsidal shelf was built in the room. According to the excavators, at least one reliquarium was placed on the apsidal shelf. Thus, the southern pastophorium served for the cult of the relics.