Proposed features/enshrine

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Description
For describing a entity on a place_of_worship Edit or translate this description.
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasmay be used on relations
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enshrine
Status: Abandoned (inactive)
Proposed by: nyampire
Tagging: enshrine=*
Applies to: node,way,area,relation
Definition: For describing a entity on a place_of_worship
Drafted on:
Proposed on: 2012-12-26
RFC start: 2012-12-26
Vote start: *
Vote end: *

Description

A place_of_worship may enshrine a some metaphysical entity, especially on polytheism culture. Metaphysical entity means some gods, spirits, saints, hero, or even monsters.

Defines the subspecies (enshrine) entityies of a specific religious amenity. Should be used together with amenity=place_of_worship , religion=* and denomination=*.


Values for enshrine = *

Should be used together with amenity=place_of_worship , religion=* and denomination=*.

Describe a name of metaphysical entities for "enshrine = * ".

Sample tagging

Key Value Description
enshrine:main Amaterasu Oomikami mainly worshipped existence on that place.
enshrine:main:ja 天照大御神 sample description for each languages
enshrine:related Susanoo no Mikoto worshipped existence that has some relationship with the main existance. sub-worshipped.
enshrine:related:ja 素盞雄命 sample description for each languages


Related Tags

amenity=place_of_worship

religion=*

denomination=*

building=*

nature=* - Some natural objects (like stone, tree, spring, volcano, etc.) are worshiped in some animistic culture.

historic=wayside_shrine - Some wayside shrine has a related worships, e.g. for some spirit(s), or saint(s)