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  • Authors: Archaeology, Border;

    This collection comprises images from historic building recording work at Eastcote Baptist Chapel prior to conversion to a residential dwelling. This work was undertaken by Border Archaeology in May 2022.The specific recording methodology involved a drawn, photographic and descriptive written record of the chapel with documentary research to inform the results of the recording. The chapel was built in 1838 with a Sunday School added in 1870-71. It is not designated as a listed building but has been recognised as being of historical and architectural significance and is recorded as such in the Northamptonshire Historic Environment Record.

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  • Authors: Co., The Archaeology;

    This digital archive contains images from an analytical buildings record (Level 3) at Sutton Oak Welsh Chapel. The building recording was undertaken prior to the change of use to a cafe with residential flat between 4th January 2023 and 31st January 2023, by The Archaeology Co. The building remained in this use for a little over a century, closing around 2000. Following this it was repainted and reopened as a practice and performance space for the Celebration Choir before Christ Embassy started holding services in the building once again in 2019. It was at this time that the modern kitchen was installed, and likely the modern toilet. The building therefore has undergone several changes in denomination, but with little alteration to the building following from these changes. This project will also add to the body of information regarding various forms of religious buildings, and may contribute to future research into the range and nature of religious buildings and how these vary between religious faiths.

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  • This specific study deals with the recording of the holy temples, small chapels and countryside chapels of the island of Mykonos. I present, as far as possible, a detailed record of the parishes located within the city and of the 2 holy monasteries that we find in the Upper part (Ano Mera) of the island, outside the city and specifically in its eastern part. Special reference is made to the name of the holy temples, the year of reconstruction, their founders and the detailed description inside and outside them. The island of Mykonos preserves the Cycladic architectural tradition and style to this day and presents a unique cultural ambiguity. It moves and adapts to the modern world like many other cosmopolitan cities around the world without, however, having lost its special socio-religious characteristics. Η συγκεκριμένη μελέτη ασχολείται με την καταγραφή των ιερών ναών, παρεκκλησιών και εξωκλησιών της νήσου Μυκόνου. Παρουσιάζω κατά το δυνατόν μια λεπτομερή καταγραφή των ενοριών που βρίσκονται εντός της πόλεως και των 2 ιερών μονών που ανευρίσκουμε στην Άνω Μερά του νησιού ,εκτός της πόλεως και συγκεκριμένα στο ανατολικό τμήμα της. Ειδικά γίνεται αναφορά στην ονομασία των ιερών ναών, το έτος ανοικοδομήσεως, τους κτήτορες αυτών και την λεπτομερή περιγραφή εντός και εκτός αυτών. Το νησί της Μυκόνου διαφυλάττει την κυκλαδίτικη αρχιτεκτονική παράδοση και τεχνοτροπία μέχρι σήμερον και παρουσιάζει μια ιδιότυπη πολιτισμική αμφισημία. Πορεύεται και συμπορεύεται στον σύγχρονο κόσμο όπως πολλές άλλες κοσμοπολίτικες πόλεις ανά τον κόσμο δίχως όμως να έχει απωλέσει τα ιδιαίτερα κοινωνικό-θρησκευτικά χαρακτηριστικά της. To Tμήμα Ποιμαντικής και Kοινωνικής Θεολογίας του Α.Π.Θ. μετονομάστηκε σε Τμήμα Κοινωνικής Θεολογίας και Χριστιανικού Πολιτισμού σύμφωνα με το ΦΕΚ 5710/24-12-2020 Σε συνεργασία με: Κοινωνικής Θεολογίας (Εθνικό και Καποδιστριακό Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών)

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    Authors: Dekanski, Aleksandar;

    Photo monograph showing all the churches in Srem (a district in the Republic of Serbia). A short description with historical data and a link with more complete information (if available), as well as geographic coordinates, are provided with each presented object.

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  • Authors: Archaeological Research Services;

    This collection comprises images, plans, reports and site records from historic building recording and archaeological monitoring and recording carried out by Archaeological Research Services at Mount Pleasant Methodist Chapel, New Mills, Derbyshire, from February 2021 to March 2023. The photographic record of the walls of the Mount Pleasant Methodist Chapel built in 1893 represents comprehensive preservation by record of the building prior to development works, whilst the archaeological monitoring and recording of the ground works provided a record of surviving below-ground remains of the preceding 1838 Chapel and cottages.

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  • Authors: SUMO Geosurveys;

    This collection comprises images from a Photogrammetry Survey at Minsden Chapel, Hertfordshire which was undertaken by SUMO Geosurveys. Two UAS photogrammetric surveys were conducted at Minsden Chapel in order to record the historic structure prior and subsequent to restoration works. The first survey was conducted in May 2021 and the second in October 2022. The main outputs of elevations and orthophotos have been included in this digital archive, along with a detailed selection of the photogrammetry photographs from each of the surveys.

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  • Authors: South West Archaeology Ltd;

    This collection comprises images from historic building recording work at the Ashreigney Methodist Chapel undertaken by South West Archaeology Ltd between October and November 2018. Work was undertaken in advance of the conversion of the building to a residential property. The Church was built by public subscription in 1906 and is of a good quality Slatestone rubble build, with Marland ceramic brick and Beer stone dressings, under a slate roof.

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  • Authors: Colchester Archaeological Trust;

    This collection comprises images and a project brief for an historic building recording programme at Boxted Methodist Church, Chapel Road, Boxted, Essex undertaken by Colchester Archaeological Trust in January 2023. The chapel was originally constructed in the early 19th century and was subsequently extended to the south, to add a vestry, and then the north, to add a porch and gallery. The chapel and extensions are built in three distinct architectural styles. It is the oldest surviving Wesleyan chapel in the borough of Colchester and is locally listed. It represents a good example of a rural non-conformist chapel of the late Georgian period, which evolved to adapt to a growing population. The chapel was used for worship from 1831 until 2019, after which the Boxted parishioners merged with the congregations from Mile End and West Bergholt to worship elsewhere.

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  • Authors: Rocket Heritage And Archaeology Ltd;

    This collection comprises images from Historic Building Recording at Church Hall, Hall Street, Barnard Castle, County Durham. This work was undertaken by Rocket Heritage and Archaeology Ltd in November 2022. The Hall Street Congregational Church was built to a style common to non-conformist places of worship in the earlier 19th century. It was constructed using local stone and was a ceremonial space, vestry to the southwest and separate Sunday School to the rear. The records of building works in the 1940s and of changes made in the 1970s, 1990s and early 2000s are supported by the visible fabric of the building today. Although at first appearing to retain numerous original features, close inspection shows that only elements of the first-floor gallery panelling and floorboards, the ceiling rose, staircase, and all but one of the ground floor pillars are original. The design of the stained-glass windows in the south elevation is late 19th or early 20th century and indicates that they are a later replacement. Despite the many alterations, the layout of the building and features enable its function as a place of worship to still be appreciated. This record demonstrates that the church was repeatedly remodelled to suit the evolving needs of the congregation during the 20th century.

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    Authors: Kovář, Daniel;

    The paper provides a new hypothesis on the localization of the deserted castle in the town of Lomnice, which was a prominent settlement of the Vítkovci noble family in the 13th and 14th centuries. The seizure of the castle by the Hussites in 1420-1435 and unsuccessful attempts at its capture led Oldřich of Rožmberk to abandon the castle. The Gothic chapel founded in 1359 remained intact. However, urban and archeological findings do not point to the fact that it was a physical part of the deserted castle. We suggest searching for its core roughly 110 to 180 meters farther north on the site of a distinct cluster of houses, which can be considered to be the ground-plan trace of a medieval settlement.

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  • Authors: Archaeology, Border;

    This collection comprises images from historic building recording work at Eastcote Baptist Chapel prior to conversion to a residential dwelling. This work was undertaken by Border Archaeology in May 2022.The specific recording methodology involved a drawn, photographic and descriptive written record of the chapel with documentary research to inform the results of the recording. The chapel was built in 1838 with a Sunday School added in 1870-71. It is not designated as a listed building but has been recognised as being of historical and architectural significance and is recorded as such in the Northamptonshire Historic Environment Record.

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  • Authors: Co., The Archaeology;

    This digital archive contains images from an analytical buildings record (Level 3) at Sutton Oak Welsh Chapel. The building recording was undertaken prior to the change of use to a cafe with residential flat between 4th January 2023 and 31st January 2023, by The Archaeology Co. The building remained in this use for a little over a century, closing around 2000. Following this it was repainted and reopened as a practice and performance space for the Celebration Choir before Christ Embassy started holding services in the building once again in 2019. It was at this time that the modern kitchen was installed, and likely the modern toilet. The building therefore has undergone several changes in denomination, but with little alteration to the building following from these changes. This project will also add to the body of information regarding various forms of religious buildings, and may contribute to future research into the range and nature of religious buildings and how these vary between religious faiths.

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  • This specific study deals with the recording of the holy temples, small chapels and countryside chapels of the island of Mykonos. I present, as far as possible, a detailed record of the parishes located within the city and of the 2 holy monasteries that we find in the Upper part (Ano Mera) of the island, outside the city and specifically in its eastern part. Special reference is made to the name of the holy temples, the year of reconstruction, their founders and the detailed description inside and outside them. The island of Mykonos preserves the Cycladic architectural tradition and style to this day and presents a unique cultural ambiguity. It moves and adapts to the modern world like many other cosmopolitan cities around the world without, however, having lost its special socio-religious characteristics. Η συγκεκριμένη μελέτη ασχολείται με την καταγραφή των ιερών ναών, παρεκκλησιών και εξωκλησιών της νήσου Μυκόνου. Παρουσιάζω κατά το δυνατόν μια λεπτομερή καταγραφή των ενοριών που βρίσκονται εντός της πόλεως και των 2 ιερών μονών που ανευρίσκουμε στην Άνω Μερά του νησιού ,εκτός της πόλεως και συγκεκριμένα στο ανατολικό τμήμα της. Ειδικά γίνεται αναφορά στην ονομασία των ιερών ναών, το έτος ανοικοδομήσεως, τους κτήτορες αυτών και την λεπτομερή περιγραφή εντός και εκτός αυτών. Το νησί της Μυκόνου διαφυλάττει την κυκλαδίτικη αρχιτεκτονική παράδοση και τεχνοτροπία μέχρι σήμερον και παρουσιάζει μια ιδιότυπη πολιτισμική αμφισημία. Πορεύεται και συμπορεύεται στον σύγχρονο κόσμο όπως πολλές άλλες κοσμοπολίτικες πόλεις ανά τον κόσμο δίχως όμως να έχει απωλέσει τα ιδιαίτερα κοινωνικό-θρησκευτικά χαρακτηριστικά της. To Tμήμα Ποιμαντικής και Kοινωνικής Θεολογίας του Α.Π.Θ. μετονομάστηκε σε Τμήμα Κοινωνικής Θεολογίας και Χριστιανικού Πολιτισμού σύμφωνα με το ΦΕΚ 5710/24-12-2020 Σε συνεργασία με: Κοινωνικής Θεολογίας (Εθνικό και Καποδιστριακό Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών)

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    Authors: Dekanski, Aleksandar;

    Photo monograph showing all the churches in Srem (a district in the Republic of Serbia). A short description with historical data and a link with more complete information (if available), as well as geographic coordinates, are provided with each presented object.

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  • Authors: Archaeological Research Services;

    This collection comprises images, plans, reports and site records from historic building recording and archaeological monitoring and recording carried out by Archaeological Research Services at Mount Pleasant Methodist Chapel, New Mills, Derbyshire, from February 2021 to March 2023. The photographic record of the walls of the Mount Pleasant Methodist Chapel built in 1893 represents comprehensive preservation by record of the building prior to development works, whilst the archaeological monitoring and recording of the ground works provided a record of surviving below-ground remains of the preceding 1838 Chapel and cottages.

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    This collection comprises images from a Photogrammetry Survey at Minsden Chapel, Hertfordshire which was undertaken by SUMO Geosurveys. Two UAS photogrammetric surveys were conducted at Minsden Chapel in order to record the historic structure prior and subsequent to restoration works. The first survey was conducted in May 2021 and the second in October 2022. The main outputs of elevations and orthophotos have been included in this digital archive, along with a detailed selection of the photogrammetry photographs from each of the surveys.

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