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- Judaism – see below in notes and references). Buddhist art used to be aniconic: the Buddha was represented only through his symbols (an empty throne,...
- earliest phase, lasting until the 1st century CE, has been described as aniconic; the Buddha was only represented through symbols such as an empty throne...
- trident, as his weapon, and the damaru drum. He is usually worshipped in the aniconic form of Lingam. Shiva is a pan-Hindu deity, revered widely by Hindus, in...
- christology and ecclesiology of the historical Church of the East. Largely aniconic and not in communion with any other church, it belongs to the eastern branch...
- mark"), sometimes referred to as linga or Shiva linga, is an abstract or aniconic representation of the Hindu deity Shiva in Shaivism. It is a votary symbol...
- either the primary deity or reverentially included in anthropomorphic or aniconic form (lingam, or svayambhu). Numerous historic Shaiva temples have survived...
- considered to symbolize the au****ious footprints of the Buddha. It is an aniconic symbol for the Buddha in many parts of Asia and a homologous with the dharma...
- and also an early aniconic and symbolic representation of the Buddha. The footprints of Buddha are along the path from aniconic to iconic which starts...
- easy to carry and po****r in certain traditions of Vaishnavism, as an aniconic representation of the divine. They are typically in the form of spherical...
- Ceiling decoration showing original Christian cross still visible through the later aniconic decoration...
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