Deeds of Saint Peter and Symbolism in the Basilica
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The paper details the history of Saint Peter, the deeds of Saint Peter, the History of the development of the Church and its reconstruction during the Renaissance. The paper is supported by sources and very little analysis deviates from the topic at hand. The final section chooses to describe the architecture that represents Saint Peter's deeds.
From the Paper:"The Roman Catholic Church is filled with history and reveres the founding fathers of the Church in Rome. Of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ, Saint Peter proved to be the most influential in the creation and expansion of Catholic Christianity. Moreover, the deeds of Saint Peter are the most documented more than any other of the Twelve Disciples, and his legacy and influence can be found in Jerusalem and Italy. Moreover, the acts of Saint Peter have set a precedent for the great architectural phenomena that can be found all over Rome. The Basilica of Saint Peter in Rome serves as a model for all the great Churches in Italy, and provides a ..."
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