2nd Test Study Guide

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Dura Europos – on the Euphrates river Founded by the Macedonians in 300 B.C. Occupied by Parthians around 100 B.C. Acquired by Christian congregation Synagogue - Consisted of a courtyard, meeting hall and baptistery Catacomb of Callixtus - Rome – ca. 2 nd -5 th century Contained “shelf tombs” “subterranean cemeteries” Basilica of Maxentius – Rome – ca. 312-315 Consisted of a nave (taller, central space flanked by aisles) Completed by Constantine San Giovanni in Laterano – Rome – 313-318 Similar plan as the basilica of Maxentius
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Old St. Peter’s Basilica – Rome – ca. 320-333 Gothic cathedral “processional, focused” Transept – cross section of a nave Santa Maria Maggiore – Rome – 432-440 Consisted of a nave flanked by two aisles Cross section was a narthex – transverse vestibule Sant’Apollinaire in Classe – Ravenna, Italy - 532-549 Constructed by Bishop Maximian
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Church of the Holy Sepulcher – Jerusalem – ca 330-350 AD Santa Costanza – Rome – ca 350 Built as a mausoleum of Constantia (Emperor Constantine’s daughter) Orthodox Baptistery – Ravenna, Italy – 400-450 Dome ceiling – mosaic tiling – Christ’s baptism
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course ARTH 198 taught by Professor Sandyisenstadt during the Fall '10 term at University of Delaware.

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