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Byzantine Architecture

The architecture proper to the Byzantine Empire after AD 300.
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Jorge Melgar

on 9 May 2011

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Transcript of Byzantine Architecture

Byzantine Architecture AD 300 - 1453 Mix of Roman and Middle Eastern Influence Characteristics Include:
Domed roofs
Arched pillars
Thick walls Haggia Sohpia in Istanbul
AD 532-537 Saint Apollinaire in Ravenna 6th Century Saint Mark's Cathedral in Venice AD 1063-1071 Cathedral Basilica
in Saint Louis 20th Century
Neo-Byzantine Buildings Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
Washington D.C. Temple of Saint Sava Belgrade Saint Francis de Sales
Church Philadeplhia Asumption Cathedral
in Moscow 1475 Gave way to the Gothic
and Romanesque
styles of architecture Haggia Irene Cathedral of Saint Vitale in Ravenna
AD 542
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