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Paleochristian Architecture
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Domus Ecclesiae
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Baptismal Font
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Early Christian History Edict of Milan: 313 AD                            1.Constantine recognizes the Christian cult                        2.Constantine donates the Lateran  Palace in                   Rome to the Christian Church. This,     effectively, becomes the “Holy See” and        the main residence of the Popes for over     1,300 years.  Nicene Creed : 325 AD to counteract Arianism Early Church Form : based on the Roman  Basilica and, later, integrated with a variety of  plans based on the shape of the “cross.”
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Basilica Ulpia: Constructed by Emperor Hadrian
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T-Shaped Cross Latin Cross Greek Cross Typical Paleochristian Church Plans
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Old St. Peter’s Church Rome, Italy Ca. 320 AD
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Atrium Clerestory Windows
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