The Pantheon And Its Effect On Religions

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October 14, 2016

 

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Suffix). The Pantheon, had four different religious stages, first there was an "Ancient" stage, which was when the Pantheon was there to worship gods and goddesses of the Ancient Roman Religion; then there was a "Medieval" stage, which was when it became a Christian Church; also, it became a tomb, for those painters who painted pictures in the ceilings and walls of the Pantheon, through the "Renaissance" stage; and finally, there is a "Modern" stage which is represented "today", the Pantheon is used to bury those kings and queens of passed years and it is still used celebrate masses and weddings...
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At one point, Peter Conolly and Dodge Hazel state, "?the Pantheon is the best-preserved of all Roman buildings. It has been in continuous use throughout its history and it has represented religion in all times" (The Ancient City: Life in Classical Athens & Rome, 228). This makes reference to all those stages, the Pantheon went through and how the Pantheon has gone through them well-preserved, becoming one of the greatest images of Christianity in the world...
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