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Saints, Signs and Symbols: Symbolic Language of Christian Art


Extreame Savings Item! Save 43% on the Saints, Signs and Symbols: Symbolic Language of Christian Art by Society for Promoting Christian at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Saints, Signs, and Symbols is a comprehensive guide to the symbols used in Christian liturgical art, architecture, manuscripts, stained glass, and more.This unique resource offers page after page of beautiful line drawings depicting sacred monograms, saints, crosses, altars, flowers, fruits, and trees, plus symbols of the Bible, the church year, the apostles, the Holy Trinity, and much more. The rich history of the symbolism is also given.This thoroughly revised and expanded third edition of a


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Saints, Signs, and Symbols is a comprehensive guide to the symbols used in Christian liturgical art, architecture, manuscripts, stained glass, and more.This unique resource offers page after page of beautiful line drawings depicting sacred monograms, saints, crosses, altars, flowers, fruits, and trees, plus symbols of the Bible, the church year, the apostles, the Holy Trinity, and much more. The rich history of the symbolism is also given.This thoroughly revised and expanded third edition of a well-loved classic is an attractive and helpful reference for all those who want to explore Christian art.

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Manufacturer:Society for Promoting Christian
Publisher:Society for Promoting Christian
Studio:Society for Promoting Christian
EAN:9780281062126
Item Weight:0.59 pounds
Item Size:0.22 x 7.8 x 7.8 inches
Package Weight:0.35 pounds
Package Size:5.08 x 0.22 x 0.22 inches

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