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In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved or formed grotesque with a spout designed to convey .... Gargoyle representing a comical demon at the base of a pinnacle with two smaller gargoyles, Visby, Sweden. The primary use ... Surely if we do not blush for such absurdities, we should at least regret what we have spent on them.

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A multitude of gargoyles haunt the medieval buildings of Western Europe, ... decor today but do you know what the gargoyle is symbolising when you use it in your ... It seems unlikely that these entertaining figures were meant to represent the ...

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

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Why do some churches have gargoyles as part of the architecture? ... Some believe gargoyles on a church were meant to ward off evil; it's also possible that the ...

www.thewhitegoddess.co.uk/articles/mythology_folklore/gargoyles.asp

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 ...

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Gargoyles were originally used as water spouts on religious buildings, but quickly came to be seen as a way to ward off evil spirits because of their grotesque ...

www.medieval-life-and-times.info/medieval-art/gargoyles.htm

Description of Gargoyles - What do Gargoyles represent? Gargoyles were usually carved in the form of a grotesque face, figure or frightening creature projecting ...

www.picturingeurope.com/gargoyles/what-are-gargoyles-and-their-purpose.html

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

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Do you think you could ever create a gargoyle? Check out stone carver Walter S. Arnold's website to see pictures of how he created the Indiana State Museum ...