Dividing the indivisible: The monastery space - secular and sacred

@article{Popovic2007DividingTI,
  title={Dividing the indivisible: The monastery space - secular and sacred},
  author={Svetlana C Popovic},
  journal={Zbornik Radova Vizantoloskog Instituta},
  year={2007},
  volume={2007},
  pages={47-65}
}
The spatial dualism, secular - sacred, reflected deeply on the creation of the Byzantine monastery space. My investigation focused on the dualism of monastic spaces and buildings, especially on their secular aspects in Byzantine cenobitic monasteries. 

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