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Solomon's Temple - Myth, Conflict, and Faith (Paperback): Alan Balfour Solomon's Temple - Myth, Conflict, and Faith (Paperback)
Alan Balfour
R1,142 R1,080 Discovery Miles 10 800 Save R62 (5%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A highly original architectural history of Solomon's Temple and Islam's Dome of the Rock that doubles as a social and cultural history of the region The most extensive study of the interrelated history of two monuments, Solomon's Temple and The Dome of the Rock, drawing on an exhaustive review of all the visual and textual evidence Relayed as a gripping narrative, allowing readers to re-enter and experience the emotions and the visceral reality of the major events in its history Integrates illustration with the text to offer a highly detailed and accurate portrait of the major structures and figures involved in the history of the temple Opens up a fascinating line of questioning into the conventional interpretation of events, particularly Christ's actions in the Temple Reproduces rarely seen detailed drawings of the subterranean passages beneath Temple Mount as part of the British survey in the 19th century

Songshan Shaolin Temple - The First Light (English, German, Hardcover, Multilingual edition): Songshan Shaolin Temple - The First Light (English, German, Hardcover, Multilingual edition)
R622 Discovery Miles 6 220 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Make a Joyful Noise - Renaissance Art and Music at Florence Cathedral (Hardcover): Gary M Radke Make a Joyful Noise - Renaissance Art and Music at Florence Cathedral (Hardcover)
Gary M Radke; Contributions by Gabriele Giacomelli, Patrick Macey, Marica Tacconi; Afterword by Timothy Verdon
R915 R854 Discovery Miles 8 540 Save R61 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Florence Cathedral, familiarly called "Il Duomo," is an architectural masterpiece and home to celebrated works of art. The interrelationship between the brilliant art and architecture and the Cathedral's musical program is explored in depth in this beautiful book. Perhaps the most beloved example is Luca della Robbia's sculptural program for the organ loft, comprising ten sculptural relief panels that depict children singing, dancing, and making music. Luca's charming sculptures are examined alongside luxurious illuminated manuscripts commissioned for musical performances. Essays by distinguished scholars provide new insights into the original function and meaning of Luca's sculptures; organs and organists during the 15th century; the roles played by women and girls--as well as men and boys--in making music throughout Renaissance Florence; and the Cathedral's illuminated choir books.

The Struggle for Jerusalem's Holy Places (Hardcover): Wendy Pullan, Maximilian Sternberg, Lefkos Kyriacou, Craig Larkin,... The Struggle for Jerusalem's Holy Places (Hardcover)
Wendy Pullan, Maximilian Sternberg, Lefkos Kyriacou, Craig Larkin, Michael Dumper
R2,901 Discovery Miles 29 010 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Struggle for Jerusalem's Holy Places investigates the role of architecture and urban identity in relation to the political economy of the city and its wider state context seen through the lens of the holy places. Reflecting the broad disciplinary backgrounds of the authors, this book provides perspectives from architecture, urbanism, and politics, and provides in-depth investigations of historical, ethnographic and policy-related case studies. The research is substantiated by fieldwork carried out in Jerusalem over the past ten years as part of the ESRC Large Grants project `Conflict in Cities'. By analysing new dynamics of radicalisation through land seizure, the politicisation of parklands and tourism, the strategic manipulation of archaeological and historical narratives and material culture, and through examination of general appropriation of Jerusalem's varied rituals, memories and symbolism for factional uses, the book reveals how possibilities of co- existence are seriously threatened in Jerusalem. Shedding new light on the key role played by everyday urban life and its spatial settings for any future political agreements about the city and its religious sites, this book is a useful reference work for students and scholars of Middle East Studies, Architecture, Religion and Urban Studies.

Paulskirche - A Political Story of Architecture (English, German, Hardcover): Maximilian Liesner, Philipp Sturm, Peter Cachola Paulskirche - A Political Story of Architecture (English, German, Hardcover)
Maximilian Liesner, Philipp Sturm, Peter Cachola
R944 R724 Discovery Miles 7 240 Save R220 (23%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

On the occasion of the forthcoming renovation of the Paulskirche in Frankfurt am Main, the book recounts the history of its construction, reconstruction and renovation in accordance with the respective social currents. In addition, the role of the Paulskirche as a seat of the nationwide debate culture is traced, which it has held since the postwar period in its function as a festival hall. Text in English and German.

Religious Architecture in Latium and Etruria, c. 900-500 BC (Paperback): Charlotte R. Potts Religious Architecture in Latium and Etruria, c. 900-500 BC (Paperback)
Charlotte R. Potts
R1,009 Discovery Miles 10 090 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Religious Architecture in Latium and Etruria, c. 900-500 BC presents the first comprehensive treatment of cult buildings in western central Italy from the Iron Age to the Archaic Period. By analysing the archaeological evidence for the form of early religious buildings and their role in ancient communities, it reconstructs a detailed history of early Latial and Etruscan religious architecture that brings together the buildings and the people who used them. The first part of the study examines the processes by which religious buildings changed from huts and shrines to monumental temples, and explores apparent differences between these processes in Latium and Etruria. The second part analyses the broader architectural, religious, and topographical contexts of the first Etrusco-Italic temples alongside possible rationales for their introduction. The result is a new and extensive account of when, where, and why monumental cult buildings became features of early central Italic society.

Notre-Dame de Paris - The Eternal Cathedral (Hardcover): Claude Gauvard, Joel Laiter Notre-Dame de Paris - The Eternal Cathedral (Hardcover)
Claude Gauvard, Joel Laiter
R787 R651 Discovery Miles 6 510 Save R136 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Notre-Dame de Paris, for 800 years the heart and soul of the City of Lights, was ravaged by fire in April 2019. Since then, people from all over the world have rallied to help restore this extraordinary place. To participate in this effort, E/P/A is reissuing Notre-Dame de Paris: The Eternal Cathedral and will contribute a portion of sales to its reconstruction. With glorious, detailed colour photographs and many historical illustrations, this book is expertly written by a noted French historian and will be for many a keepsake of this place of universal devotion.

Survey of London: The Charterhouse (Hardcover): Philip Temple Survey of London: The Charterhouse (Hardcover)
Philip Temple
R2,095 R1,898 Discovery Miles 18 980 Save R197 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A fully illustrated, comprehensive record of London's medieval Charterhouse, from its foundation in the 14th century to the present day, presented by the Survey of London team. It includes original research, new photography, and previously unpublished inventories.

Early Churches of Mexico - An Architect's View (Hardcover): Beverley Spears Early Churches of Mexico - An Architect's View (Hardcover)
Beverley Spears; Foreword by Richard Perry
R932 R728 Discovery Miles 7 280 Save R204 (22%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Following the Spanish conquest of Mexico in the early 1500s, Franciscan, Dominican, and Augustinian friars fanned out across the central and southern areas of the country, founding hundreds of mission churches and monasteries to evangelize the Native population. This book documents more than 120 of these remarkable sixteenth-century sites in duotone black-and-white photographs. Virtually unknown outside Mexico, these complexes unite architecture, landscape, mural painting, and sculpture on a grand scale, in some ways rivaling the archaeological sites of the Maya and Aztecs. They represent a fascinating period in history when two distinct cultures began interweaving to form the fabric of modern Mexico. Many were founded on the sites of ancient temples and reused their masonry, and they were ornamented with architectural murals and sculptures that owe much to the existing Native tradition-almost all the construction was done by indigenous artisans. With these photos, Spears celebrates this unique architectural and cultural heritage to help ensure its protection and survival.

Iona Abbey and Nunnery (Paperback): Peter Yeoman, Nicki Scott, Historic Scotland Iona Abbey and Nunnery (Paperback)
Peter Yeoman, Nicki Scott, Historic Scotland
R168 R154 Discovery Miles 1 540 Save R14 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The tiny island of Iona has been a vibrant centre of Christian worship since Columba arrived in AD 563. His monastery thrived for centuries, despite repeated Viking raids beginning in 795. Around 1200, the abbey and nunnery were founded, introducing new forms of worship and new buildings, while still welcoming pilgrims to St Columba's shrine. Even after the Protestant Reformation of 1560 brought an end to Scotland's monasteries, Iona served briefly as a Cathedral of the Isles. Restoration of the buildings began in 1899, and in 1938 the Iona Community was formed, revitalising the abbey's spiritual role. This unique site bears witness to a long history of religious practice that still flourishes today.

Gio Ponti: Inedito/Rediscovered - Notre Dame de Sion, Roma (English, Italian, Paperback): Cinzia Abbate, Carlo Vigevano Gio Ponti: Inedito/Rediscovered - Notre Dame de Sion, Roma (English, Italian, Paperback)
Cinzia Abbate, Carlo Vigevano
R510 R407 Discovery Miles 4 070 Save R103 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Between 1960 and 1965 Gio Ponti worked on the headquarters of the religious congregation Notre Dame de Sion, located on the Janiculum Hill in Rome. His contribution to the project has been unidentified until recently. In 2014, the building was converted to house the Catholic University of America and the Australian Catholic University. This occasion gave architects of AeV Architetti the opportunity to carry out historical and archival research on the original project, the results of which are presented here. The book is enriched with the addition of detailed original drawings of the furnishings that still exist 50 years after the building was designed. Text in English and Italian.

Mosques - The Dome & the Mihrab (Hardcover): Basil Al-Bayati Mosques - The Dome & the Mihrab (Hardcover)
Basil Al-Bayati
R2,061 R1,329 Discovery Miles 13 290 Save R732 (36%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Mosques: the Dome and the Mihrab is a scholarly look into the development of mosque architecture from its conception in Medina with the Prophets Mosque right up until the present day. The study looks in particular into the importance of the dome and the mihrab as well as their symbolism and the significance of the positional relationship between them. The book is a full-colour coffee table sized book, packed with beautiful photographs and architectural drawings that take the reader on a journey through time, revealing the symbolic secrets to some of the worlds most beautiful architectural and religious monuments.

Chapels of Notre Dame (Hardcover): Lawrence S. Cunningham Chapels of Notre Dame (Hardcover)
Lawrence S. Cunningham; Photographs by Matt Cashore
R943 R739 Discovery Miles 7 390 Save R204 (22%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Chapels of Notre Dame celebrates the university's unique identity as a Catholic academic community where faith is treasured and diverse traditions shared and respected. This stunning large-format collection of over two hundred full-color photographs brings to life the sixty chapels located throughout Notre Dame's beloved campus, many of which are tucked away in little-known settings waiting to be discovered by readers of this volume for the first time. At Notre Dame, chapels are found in a number of academic buildings and in every residence hall. Mass is celebrated daily in some of these halls during term, and it is not uncommon to see students and staff stopping in them for moments of quiet meditation and prayer. The Chapels of Notre Dame captures these sanctuaries, as well as the older chapels, the apsidal chapels of the Basilica, and the Congregation of Holy Cross chapels. The text, by well-known Notre Dame professor Lawrence S. Cunningham, provides a picture of the worship in these chapels along with reflections on the traditions, history, architecture, and art works that adorn them. His brief descriptions evoke a powerful sense of presence, worship, and prayer. Matt Cashore's dramatic photographs include the campus landscape, interiors and exteriors of the chapels, and people worshipping in varied seasons, lighting, and moods. His photographs offer fresh ways to view the charming sloped roof of All Souls Chapel, the large collection of relics assembled from the days of Father Sorin in the Reliquary Chapel in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the Holy Cross Chapel in the new Stinson-Remick Engineering Hall, the striking stained-glass windows in the Moreau Seminary Chapel of the Sacred Heart, and the unique chapels in each of the residence halls. For alumni who have participated in baptisms, weddings, anniversary celebrations, prayer services, and other liturgical rites on campus, The Chapels of Notre Dame will not disappoint. Prospective students, members of the Notre Dame family, and friends and supporters who have seen the university only from a distance will get an inside view of one of the most beautiful campuses in the world and a unique contemplative side of Notre Dame.

Peterborough Cathedral - A Glimpse of Heaven (Paperback): Jonathan Foyle Peterborough Cathedral - A Glimpse of Heaven (Paperback)
Jonathan Foyle
R544 R444 Discovery Miles 4 440 Save R100 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Peterborough Cathedral is one of England's finest Norman buildings and, with the addition of its uniquely arranged west front, also among the most individual. Architectural historian Dr Jonathan Foyle combines the wealth of his specialist knowledge with the recent findings of other historians in this study and elucidation of a truly impressive building. He shows how its liminal position between land and water reflects the mediating role of the medieval Church between the terrestrial and the celestial realms. It is fundamental to the Saxon abbey's dedication to St Peter, bearer of the key to heaven, and is reflected in the construction, decoration and symbolic language of the twelfth-century building. Engagingly written and beautifully illustrated with specially commissioned photography and the author's own architectural drawings, Peterborough Cathedral: A Glimpse of Heaven offers a superb tribute to one of England's most beautiful and enigmatic medieval buildings.

The Vatican Heresy - Bernini and the Building of the Hermetic Temple of the Sun (Paperback): Robert Bauval, Chiara Hohenzollern The Vatican Heresy - Bernini and the Building of the Hermetic Temple of the Sun (Paperback)
Robert Bauval, Chiara Hohenzollern; As told to Sandro Zicari
R355 R237 Discovery Miles 2 370 Save R118 (33%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Reveals how the largest Sun Temple in the world, built according to Hermetic principles, is located at one of Christianity's holiest sites: the Vatican
- Shows how famous Renaissance philosophers and scientists called for a Hermetic reformation of Christianity by building a magical Temple of the Sun in Rome
- Explains how the Vatican architect Bernini designed St. Peter's Square to reflect heliocentric and Hermetic principles
- Reveals how the design was masterminded by Bernini, Jesuit scholars, the mystical Queen Christine of Sweden, and several popes
In 16th century Italy, in the midst of the Renaissance, two powerful movements took hold. The first, the Hermetic Movement, was inspired by an ancient set of books housed in the library of Cosimo de' Medici and written by the Egyptian sage Hermes Trismegistus. The movement expounded the return of the "true religion of the world" based on a form of natural magic that could draw down the powers of the heavens and incorporate them into statues and physical structures. The other movement, the Heliocentric Movement launched by Copernicus, was a direct challenge to the Vatican's biblical interpretation of a geocentric world system. Declared a heresy by the Pope, those who promoted it risked the full force of the Inquisition.
Exploring the meeting point of these two movements, authors Robert Bauval and Chiara Hohenzollern reveal how the most outspoken and famous philosophers, alchemists, and scientists of the Renaissance, such as Giordano Bruno and Marsilio Ficino, called for a Hermetic reformation of the Christian religion by building a magical utopic city, an architectural version of the heliocentric system. Using contemporary documents and the latest cutting-edge theses, the authors show that this Temple of the Sun was built in Rome, directly in front of the Vatican's Basilica of St. Peter. They explain how the Vatican architect Bernini designed St. Peter's Square to reflect the esoteric principles of the Hermetica and how the square is a detailed representation of the heliocentric system.
Revealing the magical architectural plan masterminded by the Renaissance's greatest minds, including Bernini, Jesuit scholars, Queen Christine of Sweden, and several popes, the authors expose the ultimate heresy of all time blessed by the Vatican itself.

The Synagogues of Britain and Ireland - An Architectural and Social History (Hardcover): Sharman Kadish The Synagogues of Britain and Ireland - An Architectural and Social History (Hardcover)
Sharman Kadish
R1,245 R1,153 Discovery Miles 11 530 Save R92 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The religious buildings of the Jewish community in Britain have never been explored in print. Lavishly illustrated with previously unpublished images and photographs taken specially by English Heritage, this book traces the architecture of the synagogue in Britain and Ireland from its discreet Georgian- and Regency-era beginnings to the golden age of the grand "cathedral synagogues" of the High Victorian period. Sharman Kadish sheds light on obscure and sometimes underappreciated architects who designed synagogues for all types of worshipers--from Orthodox and Reform congregations to Yiddish-speaking immigrants in the 1900s. She examines the relationship between architectural style and minority identity in British society and looks at design issues in the contemporary synagogue.

Chartres - Sacred Geometry, Sacred Space (Paperback): Gordon Strachan Chartres - Sacred Geometry, Sacred Space (Paperback)
Gordon Strachan
R390 R317 Discovery Miles 3 170 Save R73 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Gordon Strachan, author of Jesus the Master Builder (Floris Books) explores the magnificent structure of Chartres Cathedral, and examines the influences on the medieval master builders. Using Chartres as a starting point, Dr Strachan suggests that the origins of the Gothic style may lie in Islamic architecture. He goes on to consider how the experience of a particular architectural space affects us, and how sacred geometry works. Beautifully illustrated, this is an inspiring and informative book for anyone interested in religious architecture and spirituality.

Abbeys and Priories of Medieval Wales (Paperback): Janet Burton, Karen Stober Abbeys and Priories of Medieval Wales (Paperback)
Janet Burton, Karen Stober
R662 Discovery Miles 6 620 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Abbeys and Priories of Medieval Wales is the first comprehensive, illustrated guide to the religious houses of Wales from the twelfth to sixteenth centuries. It offers a thorough introduction to the history of the monastic orders in Wales (the Benedictines, Cluniacs, Augustinians, Premonstratensians, Cistercians, the military orders and the friars), and to life inside medieval Welsh monasteries and nunneries, in addition to providing the histories of almost sixty communities of religious men and women, with descriptions of the standing remains of their buildings. As well as a being a scholarly book, a number of maps, ground plans and practical information make this an indispensable guide for visitors to Wales's monastic heritage.

London's City Churches (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): Stephen Millar London's City Churches (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
Stephen Millar
R299 Discovery Miles 2 990 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Chapels of England - Buildings of Protestant Nonconformity (Hardcover): Christopher Wakeling Chapels of England - Buildings of Protestant Nonconformity (Hardcover)
Christopher Wakeling
R1,437 Discovery Miles 14 370 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Religion in Britain after the Reformation was remarkably unstable and places of worship were the focus of dispute and regular change. This book is the first substantial synoptic account of Nonconformist church architecture in England and aims to provide a history of Nonconformist architecture, using existing buildings wherever possible. It includes examples from the 17th century to the present day, covering all parts of the country and each of the main religious traditions within Nonconformity. Despite the loss of very large numbers of chapels in the past half-century, there are still around 20,000 Nonconformist congregations in England. The book includes some of the smallest wayside chapels as well as some grand urban structures and aims to mention the most influential Nonconformist buildings as well as giving examples of the most common types. These examples are set in the architectural, religious and cultural context of the development of English Nonconformity. The chronological arrangement allows the reader to follow the main architectural development in the Nonconformist world The range and varied nature of the architecture is illustrated with new photographs of both interiors and exteriors.

Ships Of Heaven - The Private Life of Britain's Cathedrals (Paperback): Christopher Somerville Ships Of Heaven - The Private Life of Britain's Cathedrals (Paperback)
Christopher Somerville 1
R265 R217 Discovery Miles 2 170 Save R48 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'Somerville is one of our finest gazetteers of the British countryside. He brings his formidable knowledge to bear on his personal quest to explore the cathedrals in this entrancing book' The Spectator Christopher Somerville, author of the acclaimed The January Man, pictured cathedrals as great unmoving bastions of tradition. But as he journeys among Britian's favourites, old and new, he discovers buildings and communities that have been in constant upheaval for a thousand years. Here are stories of the monarchs and bishops who ordered the construction of these buildings, the masons whose genius brought them into being, and the peasants who worked and died on the scaffolding. We learn of rogue saints exploited by holy sinners, the pomp and prosperity that followed these ships of stone, the towns that grew up in their shadows. Meeting believers and non-believers, architects and archaeologists, the cleaner who dusts the monuments and the mason who judges stone by its taste, we delve deep into the private lives and the uncertain future of these ever-voyaging Ships of Heaven. 'Somerville paints word pictures of exquisite quality' Church Times

Notre-Dame - A Short History of the Meaning of Cathedrals (Hardcover): Ken Follett Notre-Dame - A Short History of the Meaning of Cathedrals (Hardcover)
Ken Follett 1
R340 R275 Discovery Miles 2 750 Save R65 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
20 Sussex Churches (Hardcover): Simon Watney 20 Sussex Churches (Hardcover)
Simon Watney 2
R235 R191 Discovery Miles 1 910 Save R44 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"20 Sussex Churches" provides a concise and accessible introduction to the parish churches of Sussex reflecting the region's rich cultural history. Simon Watney has selected 20 buildings which represent the country's changing fortunes from Anglo-Saxon times to the 20th century. Ranging from grand urban buildings to remote and often humble country churches, as much attention is paid to the remarkable monuments and furnishings they contain, including murals and stained glass, as to their architecture. The question of why churches matter in the modern world, and the many kinds of pleasure they can provide to Christians and non-Christians alike, is also explored.

Abbeys and Priories of Medieval Wales (Hardcover): Janet Burton, Karen Stober Abbeys and Priories of Medieval Wales (Hardcover)
Janet Burton, Karen Stober
R755 Discovery Miles 7 550 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Abbeys and Priories of Medieval Wales is the first comprehensive, illustrated guide to the religious houses of Wales from the twelfth to sixteenth centuries. It offers a thorough introduction to the history of the monastic orders in Wales (the Benedictines, Cluniacs, Augustinians, Premonstratensians, Cistercians, the military orders and the friars), and to life inside medieval Welsh monasteries and nunneries, in addition to providing the histories of almost sixty communities of religious men and women, with descriptions of the standing remains of their buildings. As well as a being a scholarly book, a number of maps, ground plans and practical information make this an indispensable guide for visitors to Wales's monastic heritage.

Churches of Minnesota (Paperback): Jon Hassler, Doug Ohman Churches of Minnesota (Paperback)
Jon Hassler, Doug Ohman
R522 R424 Discovery Miles 4 240 Save R98 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

From the one-room chapel in a prairie town to the grandiose cathedral on a city street, churches stand at the heart of the Minnesota landscape. For many, churches stand at the heart of the Minnesota landscape. For many, churches embody the spiritual history of their towns and neighbourhoods. In this book, photographer Doug Ohman and award-winning writer Jon Hassler come together to honour these magnificent architectural icons and share the stories of faith that built and now sustain these sacred spaces. Through the seasons, Doug Ohman has travelled to every corner of Minnesota to document the beauty of the state's most evocative church structures of present and past. Here Ohman showcases one hundred of his most exquisite interior and exterior shots with a colourful survey of a broad range of architecture. In the 'sure-handed, honest language' (New York Times) for which he is renowned, Hassler reflects on his own spirituality and his evolving faith in the church and its people. A graceful complement to Ohman's images, Hassler's remembrances chronicle how one's connection with these spiritual grounds grows and changes with the milestones of life.

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