Art Lecture Test 2

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 7/22/11 Old St. Peters Plan and Cutaway  Views
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 7/22/11 Centrally Planned Church, San Vitale  Ravenna, contains the mosiacs of  theodora and Justinian, built by justinian  dedicated to Saint Batialias. Third Mosaic 
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 7/22/11 Hagia Sophia in Constatinople Towers Called Menorettes.
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 7/22/11 Joseph and Potiphars Wife from the Vienna  Genesis which is a codex.
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 7/22/11 Great Mosque of Cordoba and The Qibla  Wall(right). The three main types of Mosque ornaments  are Foral patterns, caligraphy and Geometric  Patterns. Qibla wall contains caligraphy from 
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 7/22/11 Sutton Hoo purse lid from the Sutton Hoo  ship Burial Anglo-Saxon(english mainland) Tara Brooch; Hyberno Saxon, Hybernia Roman name  for Ireland Iama most important monestary island  influential in the creation of manuscript(BONUS)
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 7/22/11 Page from the book of  Durrow created by  Hyberno saxon monks  who worked in the  scriptorian this page is  from the intro to john, the  monks have confused  the symbols of John and  Mark. Symbols were  Matthew-Angel Mark- Lion Luke-OX and John- Eagle
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 7/22/11 Book of Kells  Hyberno Saxon  relation between  tis and  metalwork of  Tarra Broche.  Kept at Trinity  College in  Dublin.(BONUS)
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2011 for the course ARHS 1003 taught by Professor Parnell during the Spring '08 term at Arkansas.

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