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Late Antiquity. Constantine’s Aula Nova in Trier, 305-312 ce , hovering behind the Electoral Palace (1756) . Long life of the genus basilica. Early Christian basilica. Romanesque basilica. Gothic basilica. Late Antique or Early Christian. Early medieval. Carolingian + Ottonian.

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Late antiquity

Late Antiquity

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


Late antiquity

Long life of the genus basilica

Early Christian basilica

Romanesque basilica

Gothic basilica


Late antiquity

Late Antique or Early Christian

Early medieval

Carolingian

+

Ottonian

Romanesque

Gothic

Medieval styles in Western Europe

476

Fall of Rome

c. 1400

Italian Renaissance begins


Late antiquity

Architecture of late antiquity

What is “late antiquity”?

Late Antique or Early Christian

Byzantine

Byzantine = Eastern Empire

476

Fall of Rome

1453

Ottoman Turks conquer Constantinople


Late antiquity

II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art?

Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315


Late antiquity

II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art?

Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315


Late antiquity

II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art?

Classical roundel, 100-33 ce

Late antique frieze, ca. 315 ce

Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315


Late antiquity

III. What about late antique architecture: how was it different from Classical architecture?

Roman civic basilicas

1st cen. bce – 4th cen. ce

4th-century early Christian basilicas


Late antiquity

Roman civil basilica at Pompeii, Italy, ca. 80 bce


Late antiquity

Roman civil basilica at Pompeii, Italy, ca. 80 bce


Late antiquity

Basilica Ulpia in the Forum of Trajan, Rome, 106-12ce


Late antiquity

Basilica Ulpia in the Forum of Trajan, Rome, 106-12ce


Late antiquity

Aula Nova (Constantine’s Basilica), Trier, Germany, 305-312 ce


Late antiquity

Aula Nova (Constantine’s Basilica), Trier, Germany, 305-312 ce


Late antiquity

Aula Nova (Constantine’s Basilica), Trier, Germany, 305-312 ce


Late antiquity

Aula Nova (Constantine’s Basilica), Trier, Germany, 305-312 ce


Late antiquity

Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome, Italy, 307-315


Late antiquity

Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome, Italy, 307-315

a vaulted Roman civil basilica in molded concrete


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