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Check out the Old Catholic Encyclopedia's "Ecclesiastical Architecture" article. For what Catholic architecture is not, see Michael S. Rose's Ugly As Sin.
It can be argued that the interior of many Christian Churches, especially Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, and Lutheran, lies in the architecture specified for the Tabernacle (The tent constructed during the Exodus) and the Temple in the old textament, where there were three area set aside for specific purposes. The area where the Altar is located in the ...
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