A picture that recounts an event drawn from a story, either factual or fictional
A picture that expresses or embodies an intangible concept or idea.
The Vestibule or entrance porch of a church
An unroofed interior couryard in Roman house, sometimes having a pool.
Any structure designed with a rectangular shape.
Aisles next to the nave
The topomost zone of a wall with windows in basillica, extending above the aisle roofs.
The arm of the crucifrom church, perpendicular to the nave.
Any Structure designed with a primary central space surrounded by symmetrical areas on each side.
Arcs that separate the side aisles
The concave triangular section of a vault that forms the transition between a square or polygonal space and the circular base of a done.
A Church or Chapel built over the grace of a martyr.
a title of Christ represented as the ruler of the universe, especially in Byzantine church decoration.
An almond-shaped area in whcih a sacred figure, such as Christ is represented.
a representation, in Byzantine art, of Christ harrowing hell.
A handwritten book or document.
A painting on paper or parchment used as illustration and/or decoration for manuscripts or albums
A manuscript page
The banning and/or destruction of icons and religious images.
A screen covered with icons that separates the sanctuary (where the altar is located) from the congregational space in an Orthodox church.
A technique for decorating gold in which tiny balls of the precious metal are fused to the main surface in a pattern.
A technique in which powdered glass is applied to a metal surface in a decorative design.
A type of linear decoration in which ribbonlike bands are illusionistically depicted as if woven under and over one another.
A room in a monastery housing a workshop for writing or copying manuscripts.
Characteristic feature of insular that illuminated manuscripts.
What was Luke's image?
What was John's image?
What was Mark's image?
What was Matthew's image?
The combining of different, often contradictory beliefs, while blending practices of various religions
When was the fall of the Western Empire?
When was Iconoclam & the Middle Byzantine?
When was Christianity divided into two Parts? AKA The Schism
When did the West occupy Constantinope?
When was Constantinople Captured?
This year was the end of Byzantine art?
The late Byzantine empire fell to who?
The Ottoman Turks
Who was Justinians Wife?
What 3 roles do the men in the Mosaics in San Vitale represent?
-Church -Military -Emperor
What does Purple Symbolize?
What does not from human hands mean?
Who built the first Temple?
Where is the Ark of the Covenant?
Under the Dome of the Rock
Which Edit made Christianity the offical Religion?
380 Edit of Thessalonica
Hagia Sophia means?
Which two buildings did Justinian Comission?
-Hagia Sophia -San Vitale
Menorah's and the Ark of the Covenant
-Object in the Middle is the Ark of the Covenant
-Found in Catacombs
Mosaic Floor of the Beth Alpha Synagogue
-Rounded structure at the top is the apse.
-The Torah would go in the apse
-Pigments of Gold Leaf on Vellam
-Depicts Parting of the Red Sea
-Made for Passover
-Audience was a wealthy family in Spain.
Catacomb of Priscilla
-Entrance to Catacomb
Church of Hagia Sophia
-Emperor that comissioned was Justinian I
-Made of Brick and Ceramic
-The First one was destroyed and the second one was burned
-It was first a Chruch, then a mosque, and is now a museum.
-Figure behind Christ is a Mandorla
(A Mandorla is an Almond shaped area for a holy person)
Christ Pantocrator, Monastary St. Catherine
-Gift from Justinian to Monastary
-Encaustic Painint on Wood