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- – In practice, the core of normative religion in Islam is consistently aniconic. Its embodiment are spaces such as the mosque and objects like the Qur'an...
- also IAST: yonī), sometimes referred to as pindika, is an abstract or aniconic representation of the Hindu goddess Shakti. It is usually shown with linga...
- 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...
- 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...
- mark"), sometimes referred to as linga or Shiva linga, is an abstract or aniconic representation of the Hindu god Shiva in Shaivism. It is typically the...
- depictions of the Buddha found at Bharhut and Sanchi are aniconic and symbolic. During this early aniconic period, the Buddha is depicted by other objects or...
- rituals, and the adjudication of legal disputes. Yahweh-worship was famously aniconic, meaning that the god was not depicted by a statue or other image. This...
- An aniconic depiction of the Buddha's spiritual liberation (moksha) or awakening (bodhi), at Sanchi. The Buddha is not depicted, only symbolized by the...
- Ceiling decoration showing original Christian cross still visible through the later aniconic decoration...
- Baunei", where the famous archaeologist saw the abandonment of the ancient aniconic ideology and a revival of the human form representation: This process is...