Exam 2 terms - Justinian-Byzantine Emperor ruled from to...

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Justinian—Byzantine Emperor ruled from () to () and ushered in the first Golden age of Byzantium Caesaropapism—the absolute power of the pope Theodora—wife of Justinian, was from lower class, highly active in the political realm Anthemius of Tralles—engineer on the Hagia sophia Isidorus of Miletus—engineer on the Hagia Sophia exedrae Ostrogoths –migratory tribe of southern central europe Squinches—architectural element that is used to shift a square space to round so a dome can be placed above. Bishop Ecclesius Archbishop Maximianus San Vitale (St. Vitalis) Neoplatonism (this can be a complicated idea, see especially pp. 58-9 in text) Plotinus Pseudo-Dionysius reverse perspective—when objects in a painting seem to be falling forward. Was used mainly in Byzantine murals because of the belief that the space between the viewer and the work belonged to the work and the leaning forward activated that intermittent space. sumptuary arts—consiteed of three work: ivory, metallurgy, and gem work
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ART 202 taught by Professor Holian during the Fall '07 term at UNC Greensboro.

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