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Sacred Architecture By Nathan Asire
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the intrinsic elements of sacred space
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Sacred Sumerian Art and Architecture By Rene Xaviere
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An academic analysis of ancient Sumerian art and architecture and the religious connotations contained therein.
Sacred Sumerian Art and Architecture By Rene Xaviere
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An academic analysis of ancient Sumerian art and architecture and the religious connotations contained therein.
2014 Russian Folk Crafts & Sacred Architecture By n olefer, jr.
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The 2014 Russian Folk Crafts & Sacred Architecture Calendar makes more widely available images of Russian church architecture in the New York and New Jersey areas, and shares some of the... More > wonderful photos found in the rare French edition U.R.S.S. "Bois Ceramique Bijoux Cuir, Art populaire russe" published by Henri Ernst, in Paris, in 1926 (no date on the original). The publication is a portfolio that contains plates with photos of the folk crafts of various regions in Russia, Ukrainian crafts, and Turkestan and Caucasian folk crafts. Besides major US, and some international holidays, this calendar lists major Orthodox holidays for 2014, as well as, some of the more popular folk holidays that are also associated with Orthodoxy. For example, the holidays of the Dormition of Mary and “Apple Savior” day in August represent the religious cycle of Mary holidays, and the folk holiday of harvest of apples and other fruit.< Less
Threshold to the Sacred By Rabeea Hameed
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Graduate Thesis: A study on sacred Architecture and the American Mosque
Illumination of the Sacred By Jacob Himmelman
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Illumination of the Sacred is my thesis project to complete the degree of Master of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Liturgical architecture is the manifestation of God in a... More > physical space, creating an environment for people to engage with the spiritual. It is in the confluence of the physical and spiritual that faith communities can experience God’s presence, interpret the sacred, and provide a cultural context for living out of their beliefs. At its core, liturgical architecture creates a space for theological and scriptural education, for fellowship and scholarship, for exploration of the sacred and a place to understand ways to steward natural resources.< Less
Science of the Sacred By David Osborn
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Browse the ancient traditions of the Vedas: Vedic Mathematics, Vedic Science, Vastu Shastra, Sacred Dance, Ayurvedic Medicine, Transcendental Sound and much more. Science of the Sacred provides a... More > foundation for expanding our awareness of the reality around us, beyond modern scientific theories, to those grounded in the ancient Vedic scriptures and their scientific presentations. Over the ages, innumerable luminaries, scientists, and intelligencia, recognized for their contributions to society, praise the accuracy of the Vedas.< Less
Abodes for the Gods. The Symbolism of Sacred Architecture in the Indo-Pacific By Mardith Schuetz-Miller
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Abodes for the Gods. The Symbolism of Sacred Architecture in the Indo-Pacific continues the story of its companion volume Abodes for the God. The Symbolism of Ancient Sacred Architecture in Eurasia... More > in interpreting the diverse forms of sacred architecture by examining the world-views, religious beliefs, and rituals of the cultures that built them.< Less
Sacred Matters: A Place for Contemplation By Govinda DeCastro
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Architecture Thesis by Govinda DeCastro on Sacred Matters: A Place for Contemplation