10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «REFECTORIES»
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Lucas Cranach the Elder: Art and Devotion of the German ...
Before the Reformation, the Last Supper tended to appear in a monastic context
and mainly as a part of a larger narrative of the Passion of Christ, becoming
familiar in monastic refectories beginning in the fourteenth century; see Oertel, ...
The Seventh Window: The King's Window Donated by Philip II ...
It does not take much imagination to understand why the Last Supper became
such a popular theme for refectories. It creates a convincing parallel between the
sacred meal of Christ and his disciples and the daily meals of the monastic ...
Norwich Cathedral Close: The Evolution of the English ...
nated in the spatial practices of monastic refectories such as Norwich (Thompson
1995, 57). Within the monastic context, however, the upper end achieved a more
sacred resonance through its location in the eastern end of the building.
The Cloisters: Studies in Honor of the Fiftieth Anniversary
ideological importance to the claustral site.21 Although some work is now being
undertaken on refectories and kitchens serving French monasteries,22 the “
iconography of the architecture”—to use Richard Krautheimer's term—of
fountains or ...
Elizabeth C. Parker, Mary B. Shepard, 1992
Case and Gender: Concept Formation Between Morphology and Syntax
'repaired working and constructed new refectories', i.e. 'existing refectories have
been repaired and new ones have been constructed' This phrase would have the
following dependency structure. Fig. 184.108.40.206 This dependency structure not ...
W. Andries Van Helden, 1993
Dark Age Bodies: Gender and Monastic Practice in the Early ...
Ibid., p. 257. 11. The Carolingians introduced the practice of placing crucifixes in
monastic refectories. See Irene Kabala, ''Medieval Decorated Refectories in
France, Italy, and England Until 1250'' (Ph.D. dissertation, Johns Hopkins
The stranger's guide to Paris: containing an accurate ...
The left wing of the front of this bdtel is occupied by the governor, and the right by
the physicians and surgeons. The ground-floor of the piles of building to the right
and left in the Cour Royale are occupied by refectories, of which there are four, ...
Rohrbacher and the Ecclesiology of Ultramontanism
forming the ecclesiological outlook of a generation of French clergy comment that
it was particularly in the refectories of seminaries and religious houses that the
young clerics heard and imbibed the new Ultramontane history. Indeed, in the ...
Richard F. Costigan, 1980
The Pursuit of Holiness in Late Medieval and Renaissance ...
LAST SUPPERS AND THEIR REFECTORIES CREIGHTON E. GILBERT Queens
College (C.U.N.Y.) This paper proposes that a certain kind of interplay exists in
the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance between a religious image and ...
Charles Edward Trinkaus, Heiko Augustinus Oberman, 1974
Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales, 1300-1500: ...
Architecturally, refectories were the same as secular halls but used by
ecclesiastics instead of laymen. They were usually on a large scale, as superior
in display as their secular counterparts, and generally more distinguished than
any other ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «REFECTORIES»
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30 reasons Liverpool is the best place to stuff your face in the UK
Liverpool's two cathedrals both have tremendous refectories. Try the scouse at the Catholic Cathedral, and the meatballs at the Anglican Cathedral. 10. «Metro, Jul 15»
Eating out was hot even in the Gold Rush
At certain hours in the day, the beating of gongs and ringing of bells from all quarters announce feeding time at the various refectories.” Hordes of men — it is ... «San Francisco Chronicle, Jul 15»
New 13-14th Century Halls Found in Medieval Vardzia Cave City
Among the rooms were refectories, cells, storage areas and wine cellars. Tamar Svanidze. 20 July,2015 19:17. 0 Comments. Sort by. Top. Add a comment. «Georgia Today, Jul 15»
Summer escapes: Take a weekend break in Georgia
... jazz bars and other rustic-looking refectories. The evening buzz might not endure quite as late into the night as a bustling metropolis, but Georgia holds its own ... «Al-Arabiya, Jul 15»
Seabrook on...Show demonstrates our thriving industry
Outside the college refectories I visited, the ground was littered with dog ends and food wrappers. It is not a state garden centres would sanction outside their ... «Horticulture Week, Jul 15»
Gay marriage is not the end of the world. Really, it's not.
Behind monastery walls, though, in their chapels, scriptoriums, and refectories, Benedict's monks built lives of peace, order, and learning and spread their ... «Atlanta Journal Constitution, Jun 15»
Living “The Benedict Option”
Behind monastery walls, though, in their chapels, scriptoriums, and refectories, Benedict's monks built lives of peace, order, and learning and spread their ... «Patheos, Jun 15»
Norton's Guide to Manila Catholic Church
Domingo had a monastery to its right (with 25 friars, cloisters, libraries, refectories) and the Convent of Sta. Clara to its left. The pulpit was carved finely with ... «The Manila Times, May 15»
Pinin Brambilla Barcilon: Leonardo da Vinci's restorer
The theme was a traditional one for refectories, although the room was not a refectory during the period that Leonardo painted it, from 1495 until 1498. One story ... «L'Italo Americano, Apr 15»
5000-yr-old world's largest underground settlement found in Turkey
The city has all the amenities for a luxurious lifestyle, including wine and oil presses, stables, cellars, storage rooms, refectories, and chapels. PHOTO: A ... «Daily Bhaskar, Jan 15»