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History of Byzantine Floral Design

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History of Byzantine Floral Design
Clarissa Maki/3rd Period

The Byzantine's floral design consisted of Greek and Roman influences. The "conical" design was popular during this period. They began to incorporate fruits into garlands and placed arrangements in baskets and low containers. Small flowers were used to create arching lines.
Byzantine 320-600AD
The Byzantine's used...
"Neighboring Hues":
green
,
blue
, and
violet

Complementary Accents: of
red
,
orange
, and
yellow
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Popular Container Type
Small baskets
Low containers
TYPES OF FLOWERS USED
Roses
Lilies
Iris
Poppies
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