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Reference Works

Using reference works such as encyclopedias, dictionaries and handbooks is a good way to gain a basic understanding of your subject at the beginning of the research process.

These reference sources are available at the Beran Library:

The Oxford Companion to Christian Art and Architecture

ISBN: 0198661657

Date: 1996

REF N 7830 .M87 1998

Saints in Art

ISBN: 0892367172

Date: 2003

REF ND 1430 .G5513 2003

Church, Monastery, Cathedral: A Guide to the Symbolism of the Christian Tradition

ISBN: 0894900005

Date: 1977

REF BV 150 .W445 1977b

A Handbook of Symbols in Christian Art

ISBN: 0026109204

Date: 1975

REF N 8010 .S54 1975b

The Last Supper - da Vinci

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