School: Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis
Course: Art History 101
Professor: Thane Young
Term: Spring 2019
Tags: Art History
Name: Art History 101, Chapter 7
Description: These notes cover important vocabulary words in Chapter 7: Jewish and Early Christian Art.
Unformatted text preview: Chapter Twish and Early Christian Art -until the reign et Constanding Persi f it was an underground religions Santa Christianity was alerground ilegal in the Roman Empire, iths, Roman religion. The Roman Empire tewed many religions including Greds, and Abrahamie religious Hur britage back to Abraham, h i ked in the eleste Jewish bidh few The Two Sertel objects sup endwas primary pense Tou, tharkh a nd henrich of the Torah worstelen by the Byzantines and tu To w ership respectively in Synanagues buildings that traditionallyhaused copies - TYPOLOGY is the study and classification Constantin declared Christianity the official religion - spoilia of the Roman rused materials in architechwe, such as columns Empire Key Terms charcha si etu haded by an abborbes aiale passage or open Corrider of a church, hall other building that paralds main spac Ambulaton passage around the put in a church, especially the central space in a centre- plon building basilien, or aroun catacomban underground m y consisting ot tumalon diterent levels, howing richiester s and seruphagi and often incorporating rooms Cathers the principle Chota church in dieuse, the bishop's administrative under and housing his throne antral-plan building any structure designed with a primary central space surrounded by symmetrical arens on each side choir part of the church served for the dery monks or nuns, either between the transept using and the epse are nding farther into the novel cruciform of anything that is cruis-shaped, as in the cruciform plan a church cubiculum a small_private room for burials in a hales a circle of light that surrounds and from the headsetempat and hely tiques to signity their power and lar sanctity iconic image picture that expresses or embodies an intangible concept orien Le serviciuar wall area, frameboy an arch over l oor or window madertion any round ornament or clicorationnarthes the vestibule erectang OVAN porch + of a church standin Standing figure represented tique represel praying oratory-> a small chapel with outstretched and uprised oma Pilgrimage church - church that attracts attend visitors wishing religious to services that relies as well as pute a plump hakeel little bey, etten winged Syncretism process whereby artists different assimilabe and cultural tradition combine images anel i s beliefs from and practices giving them ww meanings