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Late Antiquity Constantine’s Aula Nova in Trier, 305-312 CE, hovering behind the Electoral Palace (1756)

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1 Late Antiquity Constantine’s Aula Nova in Trier, CE, hovering behind the Electoral Palace (1756)

2 Long life of the genus basilica Romanesque basilicaGothic basilicaEarly Christian basilica

3 476 Fall of Rome c Italian Renaissance begins Late Antique or Early Christian Carolingian + Ottonian Medieval styles in Western Europe RomanesqueGothicEarly medieval

4 Architecture of late antiquity 476 Fall of Rome 1453 Ottoman Turks conquer Constantinople Byzantine = Eastern Empire Late Antique or Early Christian Byzantine What is “late antiquity”?

5 II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art? Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315

6 II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art? Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315

7 II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art? Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315 Classical roundel, CE Late antique frieze, ca. 315 CE

8 4 th -century early Christian basilicas Roman civic basilicas 1 st cen. BCE – 4 th cen. CE III. What about late antique architecture: how was it different from Classical architecture?

9 Roman civil basilica at Pompeii, Italy, ca. 80 BCE

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11 Basilica Ulpia in the Forum of Trajan, Rome, CE

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13 Aula Nova (Constantine’s Basilica), Trier, Germany, CE

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17 Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome, Italy,

18 a vaulted Roman civil basilica in molded concrete


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