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Reliquary: A specially made receptacle, from a ring or pendant, to a chest or a display case, to protect or display a holy relic.
Ring Cross: The symbol of a cross contained within a circle, also known as the Celtic Cross. The earliest versions of this symbol have been found in Ireland, and widely held myths state that it was introduced by either Saint Patrick or Saint...
Rococo: Distinctive and ornate style of 18th century French art and design, derived as a combination of rocaille (stone garden), and barocco (Italian Baroque). Often comprising of shell-shaped flourishes and embellishments, it was used to...
Rod of Asclepius: Ancient Greek symbol associated with Asclepius, god of medicine and healing. Comprised of a serpent twined around a staff, it is believed that this represents the opposing nature of the physician; one who deals with both...
Roku Kōmori: (Japanese); ‘six bats’.
Rosslyn Chapel: Nestled in the village of Roslin, Scotland, the Rosslyn Chapel, or Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew, was founded by William Sinclair – descended from a noble ancestry of Norman knights. Used originally to celebrate the Divine Office...


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