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Christian Architecture

Christian Architecture Library of Congress Church Architecture Narrower Term: Carthusian architecture See Also: Architecture, Gothic Narrower Term: Jesuit architecture Narrower Term: Templar architecture Narrower Term: Basilicas Narrower Term: Cathedrals Narrower Term: Chapels See Also: Church buildings Narrower Term: Crossing (Architecture) Narrower Term: Crypts Narrower Term: Lich-gates Narrower Term: Narthex Narrower Term: Orientation (Architecture) Narrower Term: Orientation (Religion) Narrower Term: Temples Narrower Term: Carmelite architecture Narrower Term: Franciscan architecture Narrower Term: Dominican architecture Narrower Term: Augustinian architecture Narrower Term: Benedictine architecture Church Buildings: Scope Note Narrower Term: Baptisteries Narrower Term: Cathedrals Narrower Term: Cave churches Narrower Term: Chapels Narrower Term: Anglican church buildings Narrower Term: Catholic church buildings Narrower Term: Coptic church buildings Narrower Term: Lutheran church buildings Narrower Term: Mennonite church buildings Narrower Term: Methodist church buildings Narrower Term: Mormon church buildings Narrower Term: Orthodox Eastern church buildings Narrower Term: Presbyterian church buildings Narrower Term: Protestant church buildings Narrower Term: Quaker church buildings Narrower Term: Reformed church buildings Narrower Term: Oratories Narrower Term: Armenian church buildings Narrower Term: Fortress-churches See Also: Church architecture Catholic Church Buildings: Catholic church buildings Scope Note:Note: Here are entered works on buildings of the Catholic Church used for public worship. Works on buildings belonging to Catholic organizations and used for various purposes are entered under Catholic institutions--Buildings.
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