Restoration

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Restoration may refer to:

History[edit]

The French equivalent (the Restoration), or the European Restoration, are also used as umbrella terms for such restorations following the fall of Napoleon in 1814, such as:

The Arts[edit]

Literature of the English Restoration period (1660 to 1700):

Technology[edit]

Medicine[edit]

  • Tooth filling or dental restoration, in dentistry, the shaped replacement material for lost tooth structure
  • Foreskin restoration, in medicine, the process of expanding the skin on the penis

Religion[edit]

  • Church of God (Restoration) or "Restoration Churches"
  • Restoration (Latter Day Saints) describes the restoration of the doctrines and authority of primitive Christianity as taught by churches of the Latter Day Saint movement
  • Restoration Branches, independent organizations that have left the Community of Christ
  • Restoration Movement, a Christian movement originating in the 19th century that seeks to restore the doctrine and practice of the early church
  • The term Restorationism is sometimes used to denote the religious motif of Christian primitivism, typified by various movements of the 19th century which sought return to the original pattern of Christianity
  • Restorationism is also used to denote the doctrine of universal reconciliation associated with Origen, revived among some nineteenth century Universalists under the name of "restorationism"
  • Victorian restoration, the widespread refurbishment and rebuilding of Church of England churches that took place during the 19th century reign of Queen Victoria.

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