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Ceremonial Structures


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Structures originally created for ceremonial activities such as conducting religious services or preparing or housing the remains of the dead. Such structures may also provide space for devotional activities, such as those associated with holy objects, or offer shelter for transformative practices or traditional rituals such as tea ceremonies. This sub-class does not include structures for human habitation or for ceremonial activities conducted by social organizations.
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  • Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging
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Ceremonial Structures
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Constructions cérémonielles
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