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by Maria Elena Bernal-Garcia,Pierre Bonnechere,Sarah Bonnemaison,Claude Calame,Laura Cameron,Giorgio Galletti,David Matless,Richard Price,Behula Shah,Patrick R. Stanley-Baker,Michel Vieillard-Baron,Angel Julian Garcia Zambrano,Michel Conan


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Sacred gardens and landscapes engaged their visitors into three specific modes of agency: as. .

Sacred gardens and landscapes engaged their visitors into three specific modes of agency: as anterooms spurring encounters with the netherworld; as journeys through mystical lands; and as a means of establishing a sense of locality, metaphorically rooting the dweller's own identity in a well-defined part of the material world. Each section of this book is devoted to one of these forms of agency. Studies of rituals in sacred gardens and landscapes offer tantalizing insights into the significance of gardens and landscapes in the societies of India, ancient Greece, Pre-Columbian Mexico, medieval Japan, post-Renaissance Europe, and America.

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The Garden and Landscape Studies program was established in 1972 to support advanced scholarship in garden history and landscape architecture, encompassing the study of culturally and artistically significant landscapes around the world from ancient times to the present.

Studies of rituals in sacred gardens and landscapes offer tantalizing insights into the significance of gardens and landscapes in the societies of India, ancient Greece, Pre-Columbian Mexico, medieval Japan, post-Renaissance Europe, and America

Studies of rituals in sacred gardens and landscapes offer tantalizing insights into the significance of gardens and landscapes in the societies of India, ancient Greece, Pre-Columbian Mexico, medieval Japan, post-Renaissance Europe, and America. Each section of this book is devoted to a different form of agency, together revealing a profound cultural significance of gardens previously overlooked by studies of garden style. 27. Performance and Appropriation: Profane Rituals in Gardens and Landscapes.

John Beardsley is Director of Garden and Landscape Studies at Dumbarton Oaks. Series: Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture (Book 37). Hardcover: 486 pages.

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Studies of rituals in sacred gardens and landscapes offer tantalizing insights into the significance of gardens and landscapes in the societies of India, ancient Greece, Pre-Columbian Mexico, medieval Japan, post-Renaissance Europe, and America. Sacred gardens and landscapes engaged their visitors into three specific modes of agency: as anterooms spurring encounters with the netherworld; as journeys through mystical lands; and as a means of establishing a sense of locality, metaphorically rooting the dweller's own identity in a well-defined part of the material world. Each section of this book is devoted to one of these forms of agency. Together the essays reveal a profound cultural significance of gardens previously overlooked by studies of garden styles.
Sacred Gardens and Landscapes: Ritual and Agency (Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium Series in the History of Landscape Architecture) download epub
Architecture
Author: Maria Elena Bernal-Garcia,Pierre Bonnechere,Sarah Bonnemaison,Claude Calame,Laura Cameron,Giorgio Galletti,David Matless,Richard Price,Behula Shah,Patrick R. Stanley-Baker,Michel Vieillard-Baron,Angel Julian Garcia Zambrano,Michel Conan
ISBN: 0884023052
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Architecture
Language: English
Publisher: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection; 1st ed edition (June 30, 2007)
Pages: 314 pages