AAHH FINAL EXAM REVIEW
: radiating area around the perimeter of the structure, for circulation,
mosaics on ceiling, a covered walkway, a passageway around the apse or the
central sanctuary supported by columns.
: a recess, usually semicircular at the end of a basilica or the east of a
: a recess, usually semicircular at the end of a basilica or the east
of a church made of mosaic.
-Pantokrater, Theotokos and Child, angels, and saints
, cathedral at Monreale,
A channel built to carry water to towns and cities; supported by a
series of arches.
-The Roman aqueduct of Merída, Spain
: a series of arches supported by piers or columns, colonnade
: the court, large central reception area, near the entrance and
partly opened to the sky.
: site of a ritualized ball game in Mesoamerica. Battered sides like
bleachers, ceremonial, losers are executed.
-Zapotec culture, every city had a ball court
: In Roman architecture a place for legal and other civil proceedings, In
Christian architecture a place for congregation like a church but with the form of a
Roman Basilica, usually entered from one end and with an apse at the other.
Rectangular nave, two semicircular apses connected at its end. Timber frame
-Old St. Peters: gable roof, nave, clerestory, triumphal arch, apse
: exterior masonry structure that opposes the lateral thrust of an arch or
: in early medieval, decorative pages resembling textiles.