geometry


geometry
noun
ADJECTIVE
algebraic, coordinate, differential, fractal, solid, three-dimensional
Euclidean, non-Euclidean
basic
internal, local
sacred

Pre-Christian sacred geometry was incorporated into church architecture.


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