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Sacrum It is a term that can be used in different ways. For the anatomy , is the name of a bone composed of vertebrae joined together that, when articulated with other bones, constitutes the pelvis . By extension, what is linked to this area of ​​the body, located in the lower part of the spine, is described as sacrum.

In the case of human being The sacrum is a bone that is formed from five vertebrae (called sacral vertebrae ) that are welded and make up a pyramidal-quadrangular structure.

He sacral bone It has four faces (two lateral, one posterior and one anterior), a vertex and a base. It is located above the coccyx and helps to constitute the pelvis and spine. He sacrificial , he large dorsal , he pyramidal and the iliac are some of the muscles which are inserted into the sacrum.

Sacral, on the other hand, is a adjective that mentions what sacred (that which, because of its connection with a divinity, is revered and respected). For example: "Sacred art is among the most important cultural manifestations of medieval times", "We must not allow similar acts in a sacred place", "In the temple we learn about sacred history".

It is called sacred art , in this sense, at works that are done to worship the divine. Importantly, sacred art not only encompasses manifestations of Catholicism, but also exists buddhist sacred art and muslim sacred art , among others.

In addition to all of the above, in matters of the Catholic and Christian religion, we must state that the most recurrent themes are the crucifixion of Jesus, the resurrection of Jesus, the Virgin Mary or certain facts narrated in "The Bible."

Among the best known works of history that are framed within the type of sacred art we could highlight "The Sistine Chapel", by Michelangelo, or "The Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci.

Likewise, we must also take into account the existence of what was called the Holy Roman Empire. It is a term that was used to define a political grouping of central and western Europe, which lasted from the Middle Ages to the Modern Age and was in front of the Germanic Roman emperor.

In the twelfth century it was when, for the first time, that denomination was used that is fundamental in history.

At the height of that Holy Roman Empire, it was formed by the current Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Slovenia, part of France, Austria, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands or the Czech Republic, for example. It is also worth knowing other interesting information:
-It became an Imperial State.
-Its main legislative body was called Diet and was composed of the Council of Princes, Council of Electors and Council of the 51 Imperial Cities.
-Your first emperor was Charlemagne and the last Francisco II. However, perhaps the most significant of all was Carlos V, Carlos I of Spain.

Finally, the Sacred college , also know as Cardinal College , is the institution of the Catholic Church formed by all the cardinals. He Sacred college You have the responsibility to choose each new Pope .

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