Religious art and R Guide - Resources and Review

A collection of images of frescoes from churches in Denmark showing the life of Christ. Includes brief descriptions of each image.
This exhibition uses the Library of Congress and other archives to illustrate the importance of religion in the founding and making of the United States during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. The site is divided into eight parts, including America as a Religious Refuge, Religion and the American Revolution, and Religion and the New Republic. Each section includes background information, images and artifacts.
Documents and art work exploring the six aspects of the Indian Goddess Devi, described as cosmic force, dayini, heroine, local protector, semi
divine, and woman saint. Also includes information on the historic and modern interpretations of Devi, and her worship.
Index of religious art on the theme of Christmas. Includes Botticelli's Cestello Annunciation, Correggio's Nativity (Holy Night) and Albrecht Durer's Adoration of the Magi.
Collection of images of Ukrainian religious icons of the eleventh to sixteenth centuries.
A collection of images from the Book of Kells.
Information and images of Mexican religious icons called retablos. Includes the history of retablos and descriptions of the symbolism and meaning of the icons.
Images of iconography dedicated to Saint Sebastian, which are catergorised by type into paintings, sculptures, and drawings, miniatures, mosaics, and stained glass. A brief description of each object indicates the approximate date when it was created, its dimensions, and the location where it is held.
Image collection depicting Celtic art and cultures from several European countries, together with maps, timelines, a glossary, and quizzes. Topics include Hallstatt Elite Burials, Celtic High Crosses, and Irish Monasteries.
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