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Yep - It's a Tory Government
Image by Byzantine_K Nearly two years in and this is shaping up to be the most infamous Tory government ever. Concentrated Thatcherism with a thin sugary coating of Lib-Dimocrat, soon bitten through to reveal the black and bitter centre. Attacks on welfare, attacks on the unemployed of whom hundreds of thousands of which this government has helped to create. Riots and unrest from growing anger and resentment - and this being blamed on a consumerist and celebrity obsessed society that the Conservatives created, inflamed, and continue to feed upon. Sickening greed - and ever more obscene and growing greed amongst the tiny wealthiest minority at the expense of everyone else. This government can barely see past the pound signs.
Image from page 170 of "Monuments of the early church" (1901)
Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: monumentsofearly00lowr Title: Monuments of the early church Year: 1901 (1900s) Authors: Lowrie, Walter, 1868-1959 Subjects: Christian antiquities Christian art and symbolism Church architecture Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600 Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company London, MacMillan & Co. Contributing Library: New York Public Library Digitizing Sponsor: MSN View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: THE CENTRAL TYPEâ" Composite Plan 141 memorial, came, through the celebrity of Constantines exam-ple, to be copied for this use not only, but also for use as ahouse of worship, for which it was quite unsuitable. That itwas not originally intended as a substitute for the basilica, norfor the ordinary uses of church worship, is clearly shown by thefact that Constantine was not content with the erection of roundshrines about the Holy Sepulchre and upon the spot whenceour Lord ascended, but adjoined to each of them a greatbasilica. The round temples were doubtless used for privatedevotions and for extraordinary religious celebrations, but theirmost definite purpose was that of doing honor to a sacred spotand protecting it from profanation. They had therefore practi-cally the same intention as the Greek temenos, and the centraltype was manifestly prescribed by this purpose. In the year 326 Constantine erected the church of the HolySepulchre at Jerusalem. The sepulchre itself was enclosed Text Appearing After Image: Christian Capitals. within the inner colonnade of a round church of the generaltype just described. Eusebius gives a detailed but far fromclear description of it, though the chief traits are tolerablywell fixed. Its chief peculiarity was that it opened into ahuge five-aisled basilica. It is supposed that the outer wall ofthe round building, after it had completed something morethan half a circle, met the extended walls of the basilica andleft therefore free communication between the two, equal tothe whole width of the basilica. The round building was cov-ered with a wooden roof which left part of the inner circleopen to the sky. This shrine was most commonly called, notthe church of the Sepulchre, but the Anastasis â" the Resur-rection. It was the round church which properly constitutedthe shrine; the basilica was added to it to accommodate thecongregation. The whole edifice was destroyed in the year 142 ARCHITECTURE G14, by Chosroes II. of Persia, and only the round buildingwas afte Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.