Defining the Holy: Sacred Space in Medieval and Early Modern Europe..
Defining the holy; sacred space sacred space,
n space—tangible or otherwise—that enables those who acknowledge and accept it to feel reverence and connection with the spiritual. in medieval and early modern Europe The early modern period is a term used by historians to refer to the period in Western Europe and its first colonies which spans the two centuries between the Middle Ages and the Industrial Revolution. .
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How and where one had access to the divine in medieval and early modern Europe defined both private and private life. In this collection of 15 articles drawn from an April 2003 conference held at the U. of Exeter, contributors describe their research on private spaces, including a survey of domestic space and devotion in the middle ages and studies of The Netherlands in the fifteenth century, monasteries in Hapsburg Spain, forbidden sacred spaces in Reformation England and the private chapels of the Cecil family. Papers on relatively public spaces include such topics as spatial geometry of a convent that invoke Jerusalem, material culture and liturgical li·tur·gi·cal also li·tur·gic
1. Of, relating to, or in accordance with liturgy: a book of liturgical forms.
2. Using or used in liturgy. use that defined holy space, rites of consecration of space, reformed spaces, disputed spaces, and the politics of sacred space on the eve On the Eve (Накануне in Russian) is the third novel by famous Russian writer Ivan Turgenev, best known for his short stories and the novel Fathers and Sons. of the French Revolution.
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