Water Houses Building Types Architecture

The separate building in which the sacrament of baptism was once solemnly administered, or that portion of the church-edifice later set apart for the same purpose.

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See Also:
  • Catholic Encyclopedia: Baptistery - The separate building in which the sacrament of architecture baptism was building types once solemnly administered, or that portion architecture of the church-edifice later building types set apart for the architecture same purpose.
  • Fountains, Springs and Lavoirs in Southern France - Bob Drake\\'s overview and annotated photographs of historic water houses local fountains and communal washing-places.
  • National Wells Index - Aims to catalogue, research and preserve the surviving holy wells building types of Britain. Includes an outline history of hydromancy and gallery building types of holy wells.
  • LacusCurtius: Roman Fountains - Article from William Smith\\'s Dictionary of Greek and water houses Roman Antiquities (1875), illustrated with three woodcuts.
  • The Early Christian Baptisteries of Rome - The Swedish Institute of Classical Studies in Rome architecture provides an illustrated introduction to the type and architecture its function, and information on the remains of architecture a baptistery belonging to the church of San architecture Lorenzo in Lucina.

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