Early Christian, Jewish & Byzantine Art

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<p>Early Christian, Jewish &amp; Byzantine Art</p> <p>Map</p> <p>Ancient Jewish People</p> <p>Canaan</p> <p>Mount Sinai &amp; Moses</p> <p>Ark of the Covenant</p> <p>Temple 1</p> <p>Second Temple</p> <p>Christians</p> <p>General Beliefs Jesus of Nazareth From 30 33 most influential Incarnation, Crucifixion, Resurrection, Ascension Trinity</p> <p>Council of Nicaea</p> <p>Gospels</p> <p>Constantine</p> <p>After 313 Archbishops &amp; sees Western Church Rome Eastern Church Constantinople Jerusalem, Alexandria, &amp; Antioch To 1054 all united</p> <p>Muslims</p> <p>Jewish and Early Christian Art</p> <p>Early Jewish Art</p> <p>Orants</p> <p>Good Shepherd</p> <p>Good Shepard, Orants, Story of Jonah, 4th Century, Early Christian</p> <p>loculi</p> <p>Cubiculum of the Catacomb of Via Dino Compagni</p> <p>Good Shepherd</p> <p>Detail of a central medallion</p> <p>Detail with Jonah</p> <p>Orants</p> <p>Sculpture</p> <p>Jonah Swallowed and Jonah Cast Up, 3rd century, Early Christian</p> <p>Early Christian Architecture</p> <p>Dura-Europa</p> <p>Early Christian HouseChurch</p> <p>Roman Basilica</p> <p>Imperial Christian Architecture and Art</p> <p>Important Facts 313 Edict of Milan 324 Consolidation of Empire and big building program 404 Vulgate Bible</p> <p>Two Church Plans</p> <p>Basilica Plan Church</p> <p>Old St. Peters Basilica, Rome, c.320-27</p> <p>Floor plan</p> <p>Outside details</p> <p>Church of Santa Sabina, Rome, 422-32</p> <p>Central Plan Churches</p> <p>Santa Constanza, Rome, 1256</p> <p>Harvesting of Grapes</p> <p>Detail</p> <p>Sculpture</p> <p>Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, c.359, Early Christian or Beautiful Style</p> <p>Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus</p> <p>Detail Christ Giving the Law</p> <p>Detail Christ entering Jerusalem</p> <p>Detail</p> <p>Byzantine Art</p> <p>Byzantine Periods Early Byzantine Period associated with Justinian I Middle Byzantine Period worship of icons accepted again Late Byzantine Period 1261-1453</p> <p>Map of the City</p> <p>Early Byzantine Art</p> <p>Visigoths and Vandels invading</p> <p>Emperor Justinian and his wife Empress Theodora</p> <p>Map of Justinians Empire</p> <p>Anthemius and Isidorus, Hagia Sophia, 532-537, Byzantine</p> <p>Hagia Sophia</p> <p>Pendentives</p> <p>Interior</p> <p>Interior</p> <p>Empress Logia</p> <p>Ravenna</p> <p>Church of San Vitale</p> <p>Floor plan</p> <p>Interior</p> <p>Squinches</p> <p>Interior</p> <p>Mosaics</p> <p>Emperor Justinian and His Attendants, c.547, Byzantine</p> <p>Empress Theodora and her retinue</p> <p>Ivories &amp; Manuscripts</p> <p>Archangel Michael, Early 6th century, Byzantine</p> <p>Comparison</p> <p>Manuscripts key ideas Scriptorium Manuscripts Codex Vellum/Parchment</p> <p>Clay &amp; Wax Tablets</p> <p>Papyrus</p> <p>Parchment Making</p> <p>Scrolls</p> <p>Codex</p> <p>Illuminated Manuscripts</p> <p>Covers</p> <p>Types of Manuscripts</p> <p>Rebecca at the Well, Early 6th Century, Byzantine</p> <p>Middle Byzantine Art</p> <p>Iconoclast Controversy Iconoclasts against icons (breaking icons) Iconophiles for icons Seventh Ecumenical Council</p> <p>Map</p> <p>Macedonian Dynasty (8671056)</p> <p>Virgin of Vladimir, 12th century, Byzantine</p> <p>Christ Pantocrater, c.10801100, Byzantine</p> <p>Archangel Michael, 11th century, Byzantine</p> <p>Archangel Michael, 11th century, Byzantine</p> <p>Manuscripts during the Middle Byzantine Period</p> <p>David the Psalmist, Paris Psalter, 10th century, Byzantine</p> <p>Joshua Roll, c.950, Byzantine</p> <p>Late Byzantine Art 1261-1453 New style in art church liturgy important Use of trompe loeil in the churches</p> <p>Anastasis, c. 1315-21, Byzantine</p>