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Definition of Baptisteries
BaptisteriesBaptistery Bap"tis*ter*y,Baptistry Bap"tis*try, n.; pl.
Baptisteries, -tries (?). [L. baptisterium, Gr. ?: cf. F.
(a) In early times, a separate building, usually
polygonal, used for baptismal services. Small churches
were often changed into baptisteries when larger
churches were built near.
(b) A part of a church containing a font and used for
Meaning of Baptisteries from wikipedia
- with infant baptism increasingly
the rule, few baptisteries
were built. Some of the older baptisteries
were so large
- been a common shape
for many centuries since early Christian
times. Other early examples
are the Lateran Baptistery
(440) that provided
- The Pisa Baptistery
of St. John (Italian: Battistero
di San Giovanni) is a Roman Catholic ecclesiastical building
in Pisa, Italy. Construction
- octagonal design
of the building, emplo**** in virtually
all Early Christian baptisteries
days of the w**** plus the Day of the Resurrection...
- The Baptistery
di Parma) is a religious edifice
in Parma, northern
Italy. Architecturally, the baptistery
- 8861500°N 12.5042889°E / 41.8861500; 12.5042889 The domed octagonal Lateran Baptistery stands somewhat apart
from the Archbasilica
John Lateran, Rome...
- The Baptistery
of San Giovanni
is a Paleochristian baptistery attached
to the Santa Restituta church
in Naples, Italy. It is the oldest surviving
- Arian Baptistery UNESCO World Heritage
Site Arian Baptistry ceiling mosaic Location
Part of Early Christian Monuments
- more than twice
a year to allow
for suitable periods
of instruction. So baptisteries needed
to be greatly increased
in size, with ****ociated accommodation...
- mortuary tradition
has been expressed
mausolea, martyria, and baptisteries
. The celestial symbolism
in the Middle
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