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The Ascension [Giotto di Bondone (Florentine, 1276?-?1337)], Fresco (1305-1313), Arena Chapel at Padua, Italy
The Ascension
Giotto di Bondone (Florentine, 1276?-?1337)],
Fresco (1305-1313), Arena Chapel at Padua, Italy
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Rudolf Steiner on
Ascension and Pentacost


The Ascension and Pentacost Section of the Rudolf Steiner Archive presents some of the lectures and publications of Rudolf Steiner that are related to Ascension and Pentacost. In the Catalogue of Holdings, the works are categorized as lectures, articles, books, etc. Works presented here may be accessed from the Catalogue, from our Main Steiner Archive Menu, or by selecting a subject area from the Sections list at the upper left of this page.


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Ascension and Pentacost Documents:

eBook Title of Document    Type   * GA/Bn Year   Lang  Nbr  Abs   
 
. The Festivals and their Meaning III: Ascension and Pentecost Series 0 [United States Flag]   6 [*]

Total On-site Documents: 6

Other resources can be located here:
Wikipedia entry for Ascension and Pentacost.


  

  

      






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