Below is the plan of a Maori school as given by Edward Tregear:
Below is an excavated site from Ireland:
In keeping with symbolism that associates circularity with the non-material realm and squareness with the material domain, hemispheric shapes such as a horseshoe can be seen to combine the two shapes and come to designate sites such as temples or sanctuaries, where the non-material and material are understood to come together.
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