Glossary of Important Symbols in Their Hebrew, Pagan and Christian Forms, 1912

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Adelaide S. Hall
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Religion - 112 pages
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1912. In order to thoroughly enjoy historical and religious works or to interpret the exact language of form and color in ancient buildings, it is necessary to be acquainted with the most important emblems, from their origin in the past to the present application of these terms. Therefore, the compiler of this manual submits to all readers, travelers and students, a list of symbols culled from her collection of notes covering a period of nine years' study upon the subject and an equal number of trips abroad.

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Adelaide S. Hall was a curator at the Chicago Academy of Fine Art. She spent nine years and took many trips abroad to collect the information in this book.

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