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martyrium

A place where the relics of a martyr are deposited.
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Sin embargo, hay que pensar que la posible implantacion en la Castilla gotica de la capilla central como capilla funeraria no desemboca de las plantas centrales arabes, sino de una tradicion mucho anterior, de los martyria romano o los mausoleos imperiales reinterpretados en el mundo bizantino y carolingio (6), siendo una arquitectura que no se abandona jamas, acogida por las diferentes reinterpretaciones del Santo Sepulcro u otras construcciones centrales, como las salas capitulares o los baptisterios exentos.
The octagon thus became adopted most especially for the ground plans of Christian martyria such as Justinian's Church of San Vitale in Ravenna (526-547 C.
En las grandes ciudades, la afluencia a cementerios y martyria era tan grande que se hizo necesario disenar un nuevo tipo de edificio, capaz de dar acogida a sepulturas, banquetes funerarios y cultos conmemorativos.
Ciertamente, no era infrecuente, como senala Louis Brehier, encontrar iglesias en Palestina con el nombre de Martyria, alusivas a alguna teofania como esta que Berceo recuerda.
18) Dale Moody, in 1981, included in his system a subsection on "The Mission of the Church," which by using the method of New Testament theology expounded the Petrine martyria (witness), the Pauline diakonia (service), and the Johannine koinonia (fellowship), but Moody made no application to the modern world.
Other devices of the "verisimilar" style are found in Lanham's group, "example, allusion, and citation of authority": martyria, epicrisis, apodixis, apomnemonysis, exemplum (to which we could add nominal seriation).
But evidently an exomosia was not classified as a martyria.
123) John Paul IL's words about the full communion with Christ--and, by extension, among otherwise separated Christians--in cases of martyria (witness) unto death (124) are applied to the costly witness already given by Catholic and Reformed Christians in Northern Ireland and South Africa, evidence of a profound movement by the Spirit from essential unity to lived communion.
There is no question that the West's arched sepulchral canopies, especially the freestanding ones, and its annular crypts are related to the numerous domed, mostly central-plan martyria of the Early Christian era that archaeologists have excavated in Syria, Turkey, and Israel.
Anastasios Yannoulatos, "Discovering the Orthodox Missionary Ethos," Martyria Mission: The Witness of the Orthodox Churches Today, ed.
Christians built churches, basilicas, martyria, monasteries, hospices, anchoring the holy places in the increasingly Christian landscape and intensifying their sacredness through the construction of ritual spaces.
Pero fue a partir del siglo V, cuando la poblacion de las ciudades llego a ser predominantemente cristiana, que se alzaron basilicas, baptisterios y martyria en todos los rincones del Imperio.