Crosses and Symbols in Ancient Christian Art of Lebanon (Ar-En) إشارات ورموز الفن المسيحي القديم في لبنان
By: Sader, Dr. YouhannaShare
Language: Arabic and English side by side
English and Arabic Side by Side. Collected by Youhanna Sader, OAM, PhD in Archaeology and History of Art. This book is well researched, with history of early Christian churches throughout Lebanon along with photographs.
إشارات ورموز الفن المسيحي القديم في لبنان
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Sader, Dr. Youhanna
Arabic and English side by side
302 pp with color photos
Dar Sader Publications, Beirut, 2007
22 x 29 cm
Archaeology, Lebanon, Christian History
As a rule, the churches chosen date from the period before the Crusades, built on the sites of pagan temples, using their remains. The characteristic feature of these churches, which are usually small and have only one nave, is that the walls and sometimes the vaults of the apses are marked with bifurcated or trifurcated crosses and in many places there are other symbolic signs.