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    • Gerlach, Jonas (2017)
      emple. And only because temple architecture – as well as paintings, statues, gardens etc. – shows the presence of the Buddha in this way does it become a religious place where the Buddha is actually present. The final ...
    • Stek, Tesse (2009)
      This scholarly study throws a new light on the Roman impact on religious structures in Republican Italy. In the last four centuries BC, Italy went through immense changes. The Apennine and Adriatic areas were originally ...
    • Gilchrist, Roberta; Green, Cheryl (2015)
      This is a comprehensive study of the archaeological archives and artefact collections of Glastonbury Abbey, together with a new geophysical survey of the site. It analyses thirty-six seasons of archaeological excavation ...
    • Verkaaik, Oskar; Tamimi Arab, Pooyan; Beekers, Daan (2017)
      In this book three anthropologists explore contemporary religious architecture and they develop an original vision on the religious landscape in the Netherlands and Europe. Mosques, synagogues and churches do not only ...
    • Ho, Cynthia O.; Peters, Kathleen W.; McClain, John (2020)
      Overlooking Lago di Orta in the foothills of the Northern Italian Alps, the Renaissance-era Sacro Monte di Orta (a UNESCO World Heritage site) is spectacle and hagiography, theme park and treatise. Sacro Monte di Orta is ...
    • Bohr, Michael (2017-10)
      The study includes picture sources and written records to fully discuss the history of ecclesiastical interiors as well as the stylistic development of the furnishings in the early modern period. In addition, the study ...