A large bowl used for holding the Eucharist bread
A container used for keeping, holding or displaying a relic
A porch with a roof supported by columns
A figure represented with hands raised in prayer position.
The court of a Roman house that is partly open to the sky.
A covered walk way.
A canopy, often freestanding, on columns, frequently built over an altar.
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Calfskin prepared as a surface for writing or painting.
The side post of a doorway.
Lambskin prepared a surface for painting or writing.
A person obliged to show loyalty and homage to a feudal lord.
A hairstyle worn by priest.
The pillar or central in the middle of a doorway that supports lintel
The vestibule of a church
A semi-circular area (with the flatside down) in a wall over a door, a niche, or a window.
A writing house.
Organizations founded by lay people who dedicated themselves to strict religious observances.
A coffin or container for the body, usually made of stone
The space over a doorway enclosed by a lintel and an arch.
An almond shape aureole of light, often encompassing Christ or other holy figures.
A triangular section of masonry making the structural transition from a square to a circle.
A monumental tomb.
Nude, often wing, cherubic young boy.
Renovatio Imperii Romani
Corpus juris civilis
Easter Day 801
Christmas Day 765
Christmas Day 800
Easter Day 455
Book of Kells
Gospel Book of Otto
Masoleum of Galla Placidia
Architect for Hagia Sophia
Writing the standard for Western Monastic Institutions.
Building the first abbey.
Creating the first ale.