arch exam 4
Last Modified: 2012-12-03
- The Republic
- 1st Century B.C.
- Basilica = building type
- Long rectangular building w/central isle (Nave) & two side isles
- Atrium = center court yard in front of church
Subterranean burial places; the Christian ones that we looked at are located in Rome
largest in Rome: catacomb of Domitilla, and most are Christian burials in Rome
began because of overcrowding in the city of Rome and a Roman law prohibiting burial within the city walls
- most significant is the Christian art that we find on some arcosolium and cubiculum.
- Constantine's mother
c. 230 AD
Christian Meeting place
contains vestibulum, atrium, teblenum, and raised platform
A period during the early Middle Ages characterized by a renewed interest in classical things. The name of the movement comes from the Carolingian dynasty in general, and from Charlemagne in particular.
characteristics that make a Gothic church
a Gothic pointed arch usually applied to long, narrow windows.
- influenced all forms of organized religious life in the Western Christian Churches
- followers = regular clergy
- outlined a life of regularity, discipline, and moderation in an atmosphere of silence.
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