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    Keyword: art
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Date Uploaded: 04/14/2017
    Date Modified: 04/14/2017
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  2. Letters and Manuscripts of the Wesley Family From the Collections of Drew University

    Description: Digital images of manuscripts written by members of the Wesley family. The majority of these are letters, but also included are hymns and poems, a sermon by John Wesley, a petition, Thomas Coke’s ordination certificate, the will of Charles Wesley’s daughter Sarah, and some of the few surviving copies of minutes from the Irish conferences of 1778, 1784, and 1785. Wesley family members represented are John and Charles Wesley; their brother Samuel Jr. and their sisters Emelia, Martha, and Mary; Charles’s wife Sarah Gwynne, sons Charles Jr. and Samuel, and daughter Sarah; and Charles’ son Samuel’s estranged wife Charlotte and his son Samuel Sebastian (the famous composer). Many of these manuscripts are originals, but some are eighteenth- and nineteenth- century handwritten copies. Except for letters to Freeborn Garrettson copied by his wife Catherine, the identities of the copyists are unknown.
    Subject: Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, 1817-1897., Wesley, Sarah Gwynne, 1726-1822., Methodism--History., Wesley, Samuel, 1766-1837., English letters., and Wesley, Charlotte, 1761-1845.
    Creator: Wesley, Charles, 1707-1788. and Wesley, Sarah, 1759-1828.
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Drew University Methodist Library,
    Location: Drew University
    Language: English.
    Identifier: WESLEYMS
  3. Postcards of Unitarian and Universalist Church Buildings

    Description: Images of postcards of Unitarian and Universalist church buildings. Churches in the United States, Canada, and Japan are featured; the largest geographical grouping is from Massachusetts. The postcards were produced beginning in 1898. Multiple views and renderings of the same buildings and interior views are included. The description includes architectural features, significant caption information, style and type of postcard, and provenance of the postcard (when available). The names of the images correspond to the names of the congregations whose buildings are depicted. Library of Congress authorized forms have been used whenever possible.
    Subject: Universalist church buildings--Pictorial works. and Unitarian church buildings--Pictorial works.
    Creator: Andover-Harvard Theological Library.
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Harvard Divinity School, Andover-Harvard Theological Library
    Location: Andover-Harvard Theological Library
    Identifier: POSTUNUN
  4. Postcards of Methodist Churches in the United States

    Description: Images of more than 100 Methodist churches from across the United States, dating primarily from the first half of the twentieth century. The postcards depict many architectural styles of Methodist churches in rural, suburban, and city settings. The names of individual churches are as they appear on the postcards.
    Subject: Church buildings--United States. and Methodist church buildings.
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Yale University Divinity School Library
    Location: Yale University Divinity School Library
    Identifier: METCARDS
  5. Engravings from the Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection

    Description: The digital images contributed by the Pitts Theology Library to the CDRI project are taken from books and pamphlets printed between 1500 and 1600. Most of these publications are part of the Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection, and so derive from Martin Luther, his associates, and his opponents. Among these wood and metal engravings that have been digitized are illustrations of the biblical text, printers? marks, title-page borders, and portraits of famous religious and political figures.
    Subject: Luther, Martin, Bible illusrations, Engraving, German, Woodcut title borders, Printer Devices, and German Reformation
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library.
    Location: Pitts Theology Library.
    Identifier: RKESSLER
  6. Maps and Charts Documenting the Expansion of Christianity

    Description: Images of 300 historical maps and charts documenting the expansion of Christianity. Selected from historical atlases, histories of Christianity, and maps in the Yale University Map Collection, these maps and charts provide visual support for the teaching of church and mission history, and Biblical studies. The maps were published primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries and illustrate the expansion of Christianity from the era of the early Church, through the height of the Western missionary movement, to the establishment of Christian churches throughout the world. The expansion of both Protestant and Catholic churches is documented. Geographical areas covered include Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North America, and Oceania. Included among the sources from which materials were digitized is the 1922 work
    Subject: Missions--maps., Missions--China--maps., Church statistics., Church history--maps., Christianity and other religions--maps., and Religion--statistics.
    Creator: Smalley, Martha Lund, compiler. and Yale University Map Collection.
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Yale University Divinity School Library
    Location: Yale University Divinity School Library
    Language: English
    Identifier: MISSMAPS
  7. Images of Representations of Biblical Texts in French Medieval Religious Art and Architecture

    Description: The images in this collection are derived from a donated photographic slide collection of French 12th and 13th century architecture. They represent a small collection of iconographical representations of Biblical and patristic texts taken from cathedral sculpture and stained glass. Selected for their relevance to Biblical, theological, and historical studies, this collection is organized by scripture reference, personnage, and iconographical concept.
    Subject: Christian art and symbolism--France--Medieval, 500-1500.
    Creator: James Womack, photographer. and Vanderbilt Divinity Library.
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Vanderbilt University. Divinity Library.
    Location: Vanderbilt University. Divinity Library.
    Identifier: RELICOMF
  8. Coins from ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine periods.

    Description: Digital images of ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine coins (manufactured between 550 BC to 1300 AD). Some of the coins have connections with biblical stories. Most of the collection is devoted to a series of Roman imperial coinage, with coins representing each of the first twelve Ceasars, as well as several subsequent emperors. A few Byzantine coins are included, minted in Constantinople. The original coins are part of the Curtis Paxman Collection, Claremont School of Theology Library.
    Subject: Coins, Roman. Coins, Greek. Coins--Phoenician. Coins--Byzantine. Rome--Numismatics. Shekel (Coin). Denarius (Coin). Gold coins. Silver coins. Copper coins. Mints--Rome.
    Creator: Claremont School of Theology Library, comp.
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
    Location: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
    Identifier: PAXMANCC
  9. Oxyrhynchus Papyri in the Ambrose Swasey Library.

    Description: Images of the 29 Oxyrhynchus Papyri held by the Ambrose Swasey Library of the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School. These Greek papyrus fragments date from the 1st to the 5th centuries A.D. Included are scriptural texts, personal letters, and legal instruments such as leases, contracts, and tax receipts, as well as early Christian writings and documents relating to Egyptian pagan religions. Oxyrhynchus, a Greek-speaking district capital of the Roman Empire, was located on the Nile near the modern-day village of Bahnasa, Egypt, 125 miles south of Cairo. The dry climate proved an ideal preservative for these papyri, which document the social, religious, and administrative life of a late imperial city. However these are but a fraction of the mass of manuscripts recovered from Oxyrhynchus. Thousands of these papyri were unearthed by British papyrologists Bernard P. Grenfell and Arthur S. Hunt, between 1893 and 1908, on expeditions sponsored by the Egypt Exploration Fund. These papyri are commonly known by the numbers and titles assigned by their discoverers, and have been published in the catalog which, at volume 67, remains a work in progress of the Egypt Exploration Society. For transcriptions of the texts or additional information on these papyri the viewer is referred to that catalog: Bernard P. Grenfell, and Arthur S. Hunt, et al., eds., The Oxyrhynchus Papyri. (London: Egypt Exploration Fund, 1898- ). For additional information on the images, contact the Ambrose Swasey Library of the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, Rochester, New York.
    Subject: Manuscripts, Greek (Papyri)., Oxyrhynchos (Egypt)., Oxyrhynchus papyri., Manuscripts, Greek--Egypt--Bahnasa--30 B.C.-640 A.D., and Manuscripts, Greek.
    Creator: Ambrose Swasey Library. and Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School.
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School.
    Location: Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School.
    Language: Greek.
    Identifier: MSOXYPAP
  10. Images of Islamic Art, Architecture and Dress

    Description: The collection includes a variety of images of mosques, Islamic art, and dress captured in the United States, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, Jordan, Israel, and Turkey.
    Subject: Islamic art and architecture
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Hartford Theological Seminary. Case Memorial Library.
    Location: Hartford Theological Seminary. Case Memorial Library.
    Identifier: SMITHIMG