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Restoration may refer to:

Government / politics

Historical examples

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

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



  • 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


  • Restorationism (Christian primitivism) is a religious motif, typified by various movements of the 19th century which sought return to the original pattern of Christianity
  • 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
  • Restorationism is a doctrine of universal reconciliation associated with Origen, revived among some nineteenth century Universalists under the name of "restorationism"

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