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Date of Award

4-7-2004

Document Type

Graduate Paper

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Liturgical Studies

Department

School of Theology • Seminary

First Advisor

Kevin Seasoltz OSB

Abstract

Saint Clement's Basilica in Rome offers two excavated and one currently standing levels of archeological, artistic and architectural evidence, and therefore is a standing witness to distinct phases of liturgical history. Based on all the artistic, archeological and architectural evidence of San Clemente's first century, fourth century and twelfth century levels, which this paper examines in detail, the paper also offers possibilities of Eucharistic theology as demonstrated by the physical evidence of each era.

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