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009 EARLY CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE. BACKGROUND Roman Empire – 3 rd Century Christianity EARLY CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE Titulus Catacombs Martyria. Emperor Constantine 313 AD - Edict of Milan New Forms in Architecture Old forms, new functions Christian Mass Evolved as an indoor event

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009 early christian architecture
009 EARLY CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE
  • BACKGROUND
    • Roman Empire – 3rd Century
    • Christianity
  • EARLY CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE
    • Titulus
    • Catacombs
    • Martyria
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Emperor Constantine
    • 313 AD - Edict of Milan
  • New Forms in Architecture
    • Old forms, new functions
  • Christian Mass
    • Evolved as an indoor event
  • Rome
    • San Giovanni in Laterno
      • Prototype – Roman Basilica
    • Old Saint Peter’s
      • Most important
      • Atrium, Narthex, Transept
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HOLY LAND
    • Church of the Nativity
    • Church of the Holy Sepulcher
  • Central Plan Martyria
    • Based on Roman Heroa
decline of imperial authority in west
DECLINE OF IMPERIAL AUTHORITY IN WEST
  • Church Assumes More Control
    • Churches constructed with more classical details (revival)
      • St. Maria Maggiore
      • St. Sabina
  • Empire Decline
    • 350 AD Milan is residence of Emperor of Italy
    • 402 AD Western capital moves to Ravenna
      • San Apollinare Nuovo
      • San Apollinare in Classe
      • Tomb of King Theodoric
  • Constantine’s Architecture
    • Most Prestigious
    • Last Phase of Roman Architecture