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ART 202 Medieval Art Fall 2007a Lecture 10 (9/12/07) Terms for lecture: Justinian caesaropapism Theodora Nika rebellion Precopius ( On Buildings) Anthemius of Tralles Isidorus of Miletus exedrae Ostrogoths Bishop Ecclesius Archbishop Maximianus squinches Building to be discussed today: FINISH Mausoleum of Galla Placidia , 425-50, Ravenna --St. Lawrence, mosaic --Christ as the Good Shepherd, mosaic Orthodox Baptistery , built 400-mid 420s, remodeled with dome mosaic, 450-60 --Baptism of Christ, dome mosaic Hagia Sophia , 532-537, Constantinople San Vitale , c. 540-548, Ravenna DO NOT REALY ON MDID FOR FLASH CARD ID INFORMATION USE NOTES Mausoleum of Galla Placidia Their dates are same as dates for building 425-450 Lunette of St. Lawerene across from door Carrying tall cross, indicative of martyrdom, with open bible Martyred on pire in 258 in Rome because he refused to give up faith Center is his death grill Left are the four books of the gospel Lawrence is reminding two avenues for salvation, faith and The word of god. Ambiguous blue background Ground line and clight suggestion of space receding, shallow though Clothing fairly naturalistic, with a heavy black outline around his body, more linear quality, not naturalistic Intutitve perspective Good Shephard, over door
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No longer humble shepard, but a magisterial Christ; because wearing gold and purple, colors reserved for the Emperor only Cleanshaven and youthful, haloed (emperor suggesting authority) Long cross instead of staff, symbolizing his
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