See also:term given to the repository or chest to hold sacred
See also:relics . Sometimes shrines are merely small boxes, generally with raised tops like
See also:roofs; sometimes actual
See also:models of churches; some-times large constructions like that at St Albans, that of
See also:Edward the
See also:Confessor at
See also:Westminster, of Ste Genevieve at
See also:Paris, &c . Many are covered with jewels in the richest way, such as the example at St Taurin, at
See also:Evreux in
See also:Normandy, and that of
See also:San Carlo
See also:Borromeo, at Milan, of beaten
See also:silver; the largest series are those which were enriched with enamels . Sometimes the term is given to the
See also:chapel in which the
See also:shrine is deposited .
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