The Beauty of Holiness: Anglicanism & Architecture in Colonial South Carolina

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations
Acculturation, 357
Act of Toleration of 1689, 89
Act to Build Fifty New Churches in London, 15, 22
Addison, Joseph, 144, 212
All Saints (Derby, England), 56
All Saints Parish, 93, 119, 372
Allston, Josiah, 119
Alms basin, 108, 108, 206–7, 210, 379–81
Altar. See Communion table
Altarpiece, 21, 64, 91, 118, 127–29, 128–29, 134
Altar rail, 88–89
Anabaptists, 285
Antigua, 77, 80, 97, 98, 103, 238, 257, 277
Apostles' Creed, 91, 128–29, 162, 185, 193, 196, 221, 297
Apotropaic devices, 159, 161
Archdale Hall, 66, 160, 160–61, 270
Arched windows, 68, 71, 91, 144; types of, 62–63, 131; rejection by Dissenters, 145–47; as signifier of the sacred, 150–52, 161, 163, 167, 173
Archer, Thomas, 28, 40, 45, 56, 391 (n. 57)

Architects, 24, 47, 53, 115, 136, 344, 366, 445 (n. 55)

Architectural models, 25–27, 41

Architectural pattern books, 40, 73, 94, 110, 113, 118, 127, 138, 145, 393 (n. 91); as design sources, 28, 32, 51–52, 128–29, 134
Architectural plans, 39, 113, 115, 119, 120, 123
Auditory plan, 49, 59, 72–77, 93–94, 111
Augustine of Hippo, 143
Aura, 165
Axson, William, 113, 124–29, 128, 134, 137, 175, 177, 405 (n. 86)
Bacon, Francis, 224
Baptism, 152–53, 179, 182–90, 198; bowl, 183, 185, 215; theology of, 184; service, 184–85; private, 185–86, 214–15, 188–89; gown, 188, 188
Baptists, 8, 145–46, 304, 350–51
Barbados, 76, 79–80, 103, 253–59, 262, 274–75, 277, 311
Barrel-vaulted ceilings, 20, 21, 57, 62–64, 142, 142, 171, 354, 396 (n. 14); supplanted by tray ceilings, 91, 95, 217; theological significance of, 142–45, 150, 163, 173–74, 409 (n. 12); and Ptolomaic universe, 220; and musical performance, 235
Beach Hill Chapel (St. Paul's Parish), 49, 373
Beacon fund, 47
Beaker, 108
Beale, Othniel, 40, 322, 383, 393 (nn. 86, 88)
Beauty, 219–20, 230–34
Bee, John, 17
Bee family, 187
Belfry, 324
Bellinger, Edmund, 48
Bells, 20, 39, 63, 290; and sacred time, 167–68, 174; warding off evil spirits, 169; and music, 231–32; and natural time, 279; and funerals, 281, 294; and clock time, 296–97
Benches, 73, 195–96, 315–16, 317, 324
Bethel Methodist Church, 146
Beveridge, William, 191
Bibles, 153, 161, 163–65

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