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Early Christian/Byzantine Art

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Jason Oosting

on 17 November 2016

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Transcript of Early Christian/Byzantine Art

Early Christian & Byzantine Art
Catacombs
Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus
Early Christian Sculpture
Old St. Peter's Basilica
The Central Plan
Santa Costanza
Nave
Ambulatory
Christ as Sol Invictus
Mausoleum of the Julii
late 3rd C.
The Parting of Lot and Abraham
432 - 440
Vienna Genesis
early 6th century
Vellum
Tempera
Codex
Folios
Nicomachi - Symmachi Diptych
Ivory
ca. 400
The Byzantine Empire
Justinian
527 - 565
Barberini Ivory
Justinian as World Conqueror
First half of 6th C.
St. Michael the Archangel
Ivory diptych (right side)
ca. 525-550
Hagia Sophia
Church of the Holy Wisdom
532 - 537
Anthemius of Tralles
Isidorus of Miletus
End of 1st Lecture
Mosaics
Deesis
Mary
Jesus
John the Baptist
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placidia
San Vitale
St. Catherine's Monastary, Mount Sinai, Egypt
The Transfiguration
Icons and Iconoclasm
Theotokos
627
Harbaville Triptych
End of 2nd lecture
Mausoleum of Costantia
Illuminated Manuscript
Continuous narrative
ca. 425
526-547
Roman tesserae
Byzantine tesserae
Bishops Ecclesius and Maximian
Mandorla
Iconoclast
ca. 950
Santa Sabina
422-423
Brick and stone, wooden roof
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