HWT- 3-25-08 Class Notes

HWT Class - Class Notes Christian Archetectureo Basilica roman floor plan for a meeting/assembly hall built in Vatican Side isles(5 Coffered

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3/25/08 Class Notes Christian Archetecture     -      o Basilica     - roman floor plan for a meeting/assembly hall, built in Vatican. Side isles (5), Coffered ceiling- wood, bronze St. Peter’s churches set tone fro early Christian architecture. o Al Farano     - early 16 th  century (renaissance)  Ravenna     - capitol of western empire in 404CE, then went to Germans, then Theodoric took over city as an outpost. o St. Apollinaire     -  begun in 490, finished by Theodoric, 2 aisles, mosaics Paintings on walls, cross in the dome. Classe (city in east), 549CE,  Timbered ceiling, stone floor, pictures on ceilings to portray the Bible  for the illiterate.   o San Vitale     - Justinian, octagonal, like mausoleums, filled with mosaics, 6 th  century, mosaic of Emperor  Justinian giving offerings with other leaders and wife Theodora. Mosaic of Christ giving sinner’s crown.
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course 3400 210 taught by Professor Duke during the Spring '08 term at The University of Akron.

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