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Singula ornata turris aditus Sri Mariamman templi Hinduici Singapurae.
Interiores partes Mescitae Sultani Ahmed Constantinopoli in Turcia.
Bimah Synagoga Viae Principis Liverpolii in Anglia.
Parthenon ad culmen Acropolis Athenarum lucis ope pictus.
Templum Kukulkan prope Chichen Itza, anno 2009 visum.
Templum apud Luxor est aedificium religionis Aegyptiae, abhinc annorum 3400 constructum.

Architectura sacra, etiam architectura religiosa appellata, est facultas architecturae religiosae quae designationem et constructionem locorum venerationis vel spatiorum sacrorum tractat, sicut ecclesiarum, mescitaarum, stuparum, synagogarum, templorum. Multae culturae suis architecturae sacrae locisque venerationis magnopere faverunt. Spatia sacra et religiosa inter gravissima et diutissima aedificia magnifica et splendida ab hominibus excogitata et exstructa numerantur. E converso, architectura sacra etiam esse potest locus non magnificus, brevis valdeque privatus, personalis et non publicus.

Structurae sacrae et religiosae saepe nonnulla saecula augebantur, et erant altissima orbis terrarum aedificia antequam caeliscalpia hodierna exstruebantur. Inclinationes variorum architecturae sacrae generum inclinationes in aliis structuris aliquando imitantur, sed haec artis genera etiam unica manserunt, a generibus architecturae in aliis structuris adhibitis manifeste distincta. Post Christianismum et Islam exortos, aedificia religiosa magis atque magis fiebant sedes venerationis, orationis, meditationis.

Historia architecturae, reapse erudita disciplina occidentalis, historiae architecturae religiosae instat ab antiquitate ad aetatem barocam aut post. Geometria sacra, iconographia, et usus semioticae multiplicis, sicut signorum, symbolorum, et imaginum religiosarum, res fundamentales in architectura sacra sunt.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Maiores libri[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Kilde, Jeanne Halgren. 2002. When Church Became Theatre: The Transformation of Evangelical Church Architecture and Worship in Nineteenth-Century America. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195143418.
  • DeSanctis, Michael E. 2002. Building from Belief: Advance, Retreat, and Compromise in the Remaking of Catholic Church Architecture. Liturgical Press.
  • Hoffman, Douglas R. 2010. Seeking the sacred in contemporary religious architecture. Cantiae Ohii: Kent State University Press, cum Cleveland State University's College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. ISBN 9781606350478, ISBN 1606350471.
  • Kieckhefer, Richard. 2004. Theology in Stone: Church Architecture from Byzantium to Berkeley. Oxford University Press.
  • Loveland, Anne C., et Otis B. Wheeler. 2003. From Meetinghouse to Megachurch: A Material and Cultural History. Columbiae Missuriae: University of Missouri Press. ISBN 0826214800.
  • Rose, Michael S. 2001. Ugly as Sin: Why They Changed Our Churches from Sacred Places to Meeting Spaces—and How We Can Change Them Back Again. Sophia Institute Press.
  • Schloeder, Steven J. 1998. Architecture in Communion: Implementing the Second Vatican Council through Liturgy and Architecture. Ignatius Press. ISBN 0-89870-631-9.
  • Seasoltz, R. Kevin. 2005. A Sense of the Sacred: Theological Foundations of Christian Architecture and Art. Continuum International Publishing Group.

Minores res[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bain, George. 1973. Celtic Art: The Methods of Construction. Dover Publishing. ISBN 0-486-22923-8.
  • Bamford, Christopher. 1994. Homage to Pythagoras: Rediscovering Sacred Science. Lindisfarne Press. ISBN 0-940262-63-0
  • Critchlow, Keith. 1970. Order In Space: A Design Source Book. Viking.
  • Critchlow, Keith. 1976. Islamic Patterns: An Analytical and Cosmological Approach. Schocken Books. ISBN 0-8052-3627-9.
  • Hill, Marsha. 2007. Gifts for the gods: images from Egyptian temples. Novi Eboraci: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. ISBN 9781588392312.
  • Iamblichus. 1988. The Theology of Arithmetic: On the Mystical, Mathematical and Cosmological Symbolism of the First Ten Numbers, ed. Robin Waterfield et Keith Critchlow; liber conversus a Robin Waterfield Phanes Press. ISBN 0-933999-72-0.
  • Johnson, Anthony. 2008. Solving Stonehenge: the New Key to an Ancient Enigma. Londinii: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 978-0-500-05155-9.
  • Lawlor, Robert. 1979. Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and practice. Art and Imagination. Londinii: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 0-500-81030-3.
  • Lesser, George. 19571964. Gothic cathedrals and sacred geometry. Londinii: A. Tiranti.
  • Lippard, Lucy R. 1983. Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of Prehistory. Novi Eboraci: Pantheon Books. ISBN 0-394-51812-8.
  • Michell, John. 1972. City of Revelation. Abacus. ISBN 0-349-12320-9.
  • Oakes, Jill, et al., eds. 1998. Sacred lands: aboriginal world views, claims, and conflicts. Edmontoniae: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press. ISBN 1896445071.
  • Pennick, Nigel. 1979. The Ancient Science of Geomancy: Man in Harmony with the Earth. Londinii: Thames and Hudson. ISBN 0500050325.
  • Pennick, Nigel. 1980. Sacred Geometry: Symbolism and Purpose in Religious Structures. Wellingborough Northamptonshire: Turnstone Press. ISBN 0855001275.
  • Pennick, Nigel. 2005. The Sacred Art of Geometry: Temples of the Phoenix. Cantabrigiae: Spirtual Arts & Crafts Publishing. ISBN 0955118409.
  • Rumsey, Alan, et James Weiner. 2001. Emplaced myth: space, narrative, and knowledge in Aboriginal Australia and Papua New Guinea. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press. ISBN 0824816633, ISBN 0824823893.
  • Schloeder, Steven J. 1998. Architecture in Communion: Implementing the Second Vatican Council through Liturgy and Architecture. Ignatius Press. ISBN 0-89870-631-9.
  • Skinner, Stephen. 1986. The oracle of geomancy: divination by earth. Bridport Dorsetiae et San Leandro Californiae: Prism Press. ISBN 0907061826.
  • Steiner, Rudolf, et Catherine Creeger. 2001. The Fourth Dimension: Sacred Geometry, Alchemy, and Mathematics. Anthroposophic Press. ISBN 0-88010-472-4.
  • Schneider, Michael S. 1995. A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe: Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art, and Science. Harper Paperbacks. ISBN 0-06-092671-6.
  • West, John Anthony. 1983. "Inaugural Lines: Sacred geometry at St. John the Divine." Parabola 8, no. 1 (Ver).

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