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One of the most interesring chapters in the baroque retable-making activity in Andalusia is presetired by the rich series of isolated tabernacles or templetes [litle temples]. They stand out both because of the privileged location on the heads of cathedrals and collegial churches and their specialfunction, the Eucharistic exhibition, which distinguish these Andalusian structures from other Spanish ones, usually reserved to Saints. It justifies the name tabernaclen itself: After Diego de Siloedoaj:a4b89e4abcb5447f847ae7b57141b706 fatcat:oxrne3o535f7rjb7e42xp5xh7q