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In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved or formed grotesque with a spout designed to convey .... Surely if we do not blush for such absurdities, we should at least regret what we have spent on them....

What do gargoyles represent? | Reference.com

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The gargoyles' grotesque look was modeled off of the idea of hell, and was used as a way to help illiterate people understand what hell was and what it could do ...

Religious Topic Symbolism of Gargoyles by Marian Horvat

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The gargoyles on the medieval cathedrals were symbols of original sin and the devil.

What Are Gargoyles And What Is Their Purpose - Picturing Europe

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Gargoyles are put on churches for a reason - they tell churchgoers what they face without their faith.

Gargoyle and Griffin History and Information

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Gargoyle Sheet (300k) a bit of the history of gargoyles and explains the different .... Others believe that gargoyles and grotesques do not come from the bible, but are ... Some believe gargoyles represent deep rooted elements within human ...

Gargoyles and Grotesques - Crystalinks

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In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque with a spout designed to convey ... that contain a water spout through the mouth, while grotesques do not. .... From the story of Adam and Eve, the serpent represents a struggle between ...

History of the Gargoyles - thebluedot

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Or do the cathedral carvings sculpturally represent the stony imprisonment of ... The great majority of gargoyles and grotesques in Gothic architecture, they ...

Gargoyles & Grotesques - Folklore, History & the Study of Myth

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Exploring topics from the Green Man, Gargoyles and Grotesques, Native ... As Bill Yenne wrote, “there is no accepted explanation of why they exist as they do. ... that they represent a mixture of ancient Greco-Roman art and Celtic mythological  ...

[Notre-Dame de Paris] Gargoyles and Chimera

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Notre-Dame's gargoyles are very famous! I'm sure you've heard of them before. But do you know what they're used for? They were built into the ends of the ...

Classroom guide to Gargoyles and Sculpture - Walter S. Arnold

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What do gargoyles look like? ... These give me ideas, and I do a lot of drawing. ... animal characteristics, so they can symbolize any aspect of our personalities.

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Gargoyles - Medieval Life and Times

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Get Medieval facts, information and history about Gargoyles. Fast and accurate facts ... Description of Gargoyles - What do Gargoyles represent? Gargoyles were  ...

Gargoyles - Mythology and Folklore - The White Goddess

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Technically an architect calls a waterspout on a building a gargoyle. If a stone carving does not carry water and has a face that resembles a creature, it is ...

A History of Gargoyles | Authentic Ireland Travel

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Gargoyles are traditionally thought to be created during the medieval period, but examples have been found in ancient civilizations as well. Gargoyles were ...