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Of late years the position of woman in human society has given rise to a discussion which, as part of social unrest, is known under the name of the "woman question", and for which a solution is sought in the movement for the emancipation of women.In theory as in practice the answer to the question varies with the view one takes of life. All materials contained on this site, whether written, audible or visual are the exclusive property of Catholic Online and are protected under U. and International copyright laws, © Copyright 2017 Catholic Online.Domes have a long architectural lineage that extends back into prehistory and they have been constructed from mud, snow, stone, wood, brick, concrete, metal, glass, and plastic over the centuries.The symbolism associated with domes includes mortuary, celestial, and governmental traditions that have likewise developed over time.The English word "dome" ultimately derives from the Latin domus ("house")—which, up through the Renaissance, labeled a revered house, such as a Domus Dei, or "House of God", regardless of the shape of its roof.This is reflected in the uses of the Italian word duomo, the German/Icelandic/Danish word dom ("cathedral"), and the English word dome as late as 1656, when it meant a "Town-House, Guild-Hall, State-House, and Meeting-House in a city." The French word dosme came to acquire the meaning of a cupola vault, specifically, by 1660.
A dome (from Latin: domus) is an architectural element that resembles the hollow upper half of a sphere.
Domes have been found from early Mesopotamia, which may explain the form's spread.
They are found in Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, and Chinese architecture in the Ancient world, as well as among a number of contemporary indigenous building traditions.
The validity of this is unclear, as domes built underground with corbelled stone layers are also in compression from the surrounding earth.
As with arches, the "springing" of a dome is the level from which the dome rises. The inner side of a dome is called the "intrados" and the outer side is called the "extrados".