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Liturgy and architecture in the Middle Ages

David Parsons

Liturgy and architecture in the Middle Ages

by David Parsons

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Published by Friends of Deerhurst Church in association with University of Leicester Department of Adult Education in Deerhurst .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby David Parsons.
SeriesDeerhurst lecture -- 3
The Physical Object
Pagination24p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19463731M
ISBN 100901507415
OCLC/WorldCa23459385

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The article then offers an exploration of the relationship between art, liturgy, and the five senses through the illustration of certain liturgical books of the Middle Ages, such as the Gospel Author: Eric Palazzo. The structures of both the liturgy and church architecture remained basically the same in the Middle Ages, but became increasingly complex and diverse as Christianity spread throughout the empire. We can think of the liturgy as the script and the church architecture as the stage upon which it .

Liturgy and Architecture in the Church of England Since 8. Ancient Churches and Modern Needs She is interested in the social, cultural and religious history of the early Middle Ages, particularly of Anglo-Saxon England, and also of medieval liturgy and architecture more generally. Her first book, Liturgy, Architecture and Sacred Places in Anglo-Saxon England was published in She has co-edited The Liturgy of the Late Anglo-Saxon.


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