Early Christian and Byzantine architecture / Richard Krautheimer - Details - TroveIn this classic study, surveying the city's life from Christian Antiquity through the Middle Ages, Richard Krautheimer focuses on monuments of art and architecture as they reflect the historical events, the ideological currents, and the meaning Ro Volume 1 of 2. Lorenzo Ghiberti, sculptor and towering figure of the Renaissance, was the creator of the celebrated Bronze Doors of the Baptistery at Florence, a work that occupied him for twenty years and became known at Michelangelo's suggestio Part 1 Christian building prior to Constantine: the beginning of Christian architecture - A. Part 4 Early Byzantine building: the Hagia Sophia and allied buildings; standard building in the age of Justinian; the architecture of the age of Justinian in the provinces. Part 6 Middle Byzantine architecture from the Macedonian emperors to the Latin conquest : the new building types and the "middle Byzantine renaissance"; development and regional styles of middle Byzantine architecture - Constantinople, northern Greece and the Balkans, Greece, Asia Minor, the Western outposts.
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