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20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 10 Vocabulary Byzantine Art Early Medieval Art Early Christian Art ?
small pieces of glass or tile
What are tesserae?
Portable Byzantine paintings of religious imagery often on golden backgrounds
What are icons?
Architectural achievement in creating large domes like seen at the Hagia Sophia
What is a pendentive?
The long, main section of a basilica plan church
What is a nave?
The symbol used to represent the transcendence of time and/or space seen surrounding Christ in art of the Middle Ages.
What is a mandorla?
The Byzantine style of art is associated with this half of the Roman Empire
What is the Eastern Roman Empire?
The interior of Byzantine churches were decorated with these
What are mosaics?
The breaking/destroying of artwork by its own culture
What is iconoclasm?
This emperor’s reign was called the Golden Age of Byzantine culture and art
Who is Justinian?
This Byzantine church holds the famous Justinian and Attendants
What is the San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy?
Tribes from this area aided the breakdown of the Western Roman Empire
What is Northern Europe?
The transient lifestyle of the early Christians caused much of the artwork of the early Medieval period to be this
What is small and moveable?
New imagery/iconography brought to Medieval Art from pagan tribes.
What is animal imagery and interlacing line work?
The beliefs that formed the culture of western Europe during the early Middle Ages
What were Roman, early Christian and pagan beliefs ?
This book contains one of the most famous cross carpet pages.
What is the Lindisfarne Gospel?
The structures the first Early Christian churches were based on.
What are Roman basilicas or political buildings?
The way Christ is shown in Early Christian Art
What is Christ as a young shepherd/teacher?
This later in life convert to Christianity had a sarcophagus made for him with biblical reliefs of the Old and New Testament
Who was Junius Bassus?
Two characteristics common to Early Christian Art.
What are symbolism and figures with stubby proportions?
The apse mosaic inside the mausoleum of Galla Placidia
What is Christ as the Good Shepherd?
This late Roman emperor's mausoleum influenced the design of early Christian mausoleums and central plan churches.
Who is Diocletian?
The location of the Ottonian column based on the Column of Trajan.
What is St. Michael’s?
The first vaulted structure of the middle ages north of the Alps.
What is the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne?
These figures, seen at the bottom of Theadora’s garment in her mosaic serve to associate Justinian’s rule with Christ.
Who were the Three Wise Men?
An example of the revival of monumental sculpture during the Middle Ages.
6 foot painted wood Crucifix for the Cologne Cathedral?
RELIGIOUS CONVICTION AND ART. OBJECTIVES Explain why during the Christian era, art shifts from earlier Greek and Roman traditions of realism toward a.
Chapter Six Early Medieval and Romanesque Europe Prepared by Kelly Donahue-Wallace Randal Wallace University of North Texas Gardner's Art through the Ages,
Chapter 7 Religious Conviction. Masada, Israel Herod’s Temple.
EARLY CHRISTIAN AND BYZANTINE ART. After birth of Christ, artists were more concerned with symbolic representation Christianity became the official religion.
Early Christian Art Christianity was legalized by Emperor Constantine (Edict of Milan in 325 AD) - before this, Christianity had to be practiced in secret.
Bell Ringer Why do you think that Christians were persecuted by the Roman Empire? Who was in power during the time when Jesus was born?
Byzantine Art Vocabulary Byzantium Constantinople Istanbul Codex Illuminated Manuscript Parchment/vellum tempera Greek Cross Iconophile Iconoclasm Squinches.
Byzantine Art Early Byzantine (Iconoclastic Controversy) Iconoclastic Controversy Middle/High Byzantine (Medieval Crusades) Late.
LATE ANTIQUITY CHAPTER 11. Roman Empire Began to Fragment Signing of Edict of Toleration 315AD, established freedom to worship Christianity Christianity.
Byzantine Empire Culture and Influence. Byzantine Culture Origins: Mostly Greek (Hellenistic) Roman Christian.
The Sacrifice of Isaac c stone capital Cathedral, Jaca (Aragón) Romanesque.
Remember this? What is it? Why? Remember Greek and Roman Sculptures? What are some of the key characteristics?
Early Christian and Byzantine Art Vocabulary Catacomb: Cubicula Synagogue Basilica Evangelists Nave Apse Buttress Putto/Putti Catacomb Orant Sarcophagus.
Cloze Learning! Early Christian, Byzantine, Islam, Early Medieval.
Early Christian, Byzantine, and Islamic Art Review.
Byzantine Art ( ) Emperor Justinian and Courtiers, c. 547, San Vitale, Ravenna.
Chapter 8 Early Christian & Byzantine Art. Portrait of Galla Placidia, from a miniature painting on a gilded glass medallion ca. 400 Brescia Aelia Galla.
Chapter Seven Examples Religious Conviction Art timeline images for discussion and study.
Important Concepts You MUST Know About Section 7: The Shift From ‘Realism’ to ‘Religion’ After the Fall of the Western (Roman Empire), the style of art.
Historical Timeline Hiberno-Saxon Art - 6 th -8 th C - British Isles Viking Art - 8 th - 11 th C. - Scandinavia/Normandy Carolinian Art - 8 th -9 th C.
Early Christian & Byzantine Art Important Images.
Eye Spy… Find the patterns in shape, material, and/or subject matter.
Early Christian, Byzantine, and Islamic Art Chapter 13 Lesson One.
Byzantine Art Dates and Places: 4 th century to 1453 CE Eastern Christian Roman Empire Eastern Mediterranean, capital Constantinople People: Emperor head.
April 22nd, 2009 Wednesdays 6:30 - 9:15 p.m. Bryce Walker Art 1010: Week #12 Arts of Islam and Africa.
Art History 8 Byzantine Art. Timeline Pink area to the right is Byzantine.
Chapter Seven: Early Christianity: Ravenna and Byzantium ——— Culture and Values, 8 th Ed. Cunningham and Reich and Fichner- Rathus ——— Culture and Values,
Early Christian Art / Architecture Catacombs in Rome Christians used for burial chambers Christians did not believe in cremation because of their belief.
A Brief Overview of Chapters 13-15: Early Christian and Byzantine Art Early Christian and Byzantine Art Early Christian Byzantine Art Early Christian Byzantine.
Late Antique Art 200 – 550 CE Early Christian Art Jewish Art.
Early Medieval Art A.D. EC, Byzantine, Early Medieval= 5-10% of AP Art History Exam.
Byzantine Info Byzantium acted as a buffer for Islamic influence moving west Justinian designated Christianity as only lawful religion. Justinian responsible.
Medieval Design Discussant: Anna Katrina N. Rint.
Early Christian, Jewish, and Byzantine Art. Dream of Constantine Piero della Francesca fresco cycle The Legend of the True Cross Bacci Chapel, Church.
Byzantine Art. Byzantine Characteristics Mosaics and icons become the main form of decoration Mosaics and icons become the main form of decoration Central.
Review Test 3: Middle Ages. 300 A.D. – 1400 A.D. From the fall of the Roman Empire until the Italian Renaissance Divided into three sections –Carolingian.
The Middle Ages: 3 Major Shifts Three major shifts occurred that had far reaching effects on Western civilization: Cultural leadership moved north from.
Used opaque marble cubesUsed reflective glass cubes Pieces had smooth, flat finishSurfaces left uneven so work sparkled Colors limited due to use of natural.
Chapter 7 JEWISH, EARLY CHRISTIAN, AND BYZANTINE ART.
Medieval Art. Byzantine Art Eastern Culture- Western Europe Mosaic Work Small ceramic tiles, pieces of stone, or glass => large murals Largely Christian.
WEST – MEDIEVAL Old St. Peter's Rome, begun c. 320.
Vocabulary Cloisone enamel Hiberno-Saxon Illuminated Manuscript Codex Barrel vault Groin vault Transept Ambulatory Radiating chapels Tribunes Compound.
Welcome to The Early Middle Ages The Early Middle Ages.
EARLY CHRISTIAN AND BYZANTINE The Worshipping Community Chapters 8+9, Nuttgens, Story of Architecture 1.
Do Now ___1. The great leader of Persia was named: A. Cyrus B. Nebuchadnezzar C. Ashurbanipal D. Huey ___2. The Chaldeans can also be called: A. Persian.
USAD 22: Art History and Appreciation (Week 11) Prepared By: Miss Ida Shaheera Azhar
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