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Humanities I

by: Clinton Watsica I

Humanities I HUMN 251

Clinton Watsica I
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Jason Swedene

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Clinton Watsica I on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HUMN 251 at Lake Superior State University taught by Jason Swedene in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see /class/222336/humn-251-lake-superior-state-university in Humanities at Lake Superior State University.


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Date Created: 10/13/15
Christian Byzantine Islam Jesus as the Good Shepherd Fourth century painted ceiling catacomb of saints pietro and marcellino Rome Italy Mosaic of mausoleum of Galla Placidia Ravenna Italy Arius of Alexandria held that Jesus was the most perfect of men but not of one substance with the father he was excommunicated followers were known as heretics Justinian was the emperor of the East ArtdiVinity of Christ eX central plan church Sermon on the Mount only meant for Jesus disciples an idealistic moral theory world was thought to end soon was an interim morality Schweitzer A communist social program Martin Luther Christ fulfilled sermon we don t St Augustine prayer for grace of Holy Spirit Council of Nicaea the foundations of the Christian church were established here Most controversial issues were a nature of the godhead b trinity convened by Constantine in 325 nicene creed was created Constantine edict of Milan successor to Diocletian legalized christianity in 313 council of N icaea Edict of Milan when what was it in 313 declared Christianity as a legal religion Constantine saw a sign in the sun of a victory held onto apollo the politics of Constantine s conversion christianity was gaining momentum he wanted to unite East and West Ravenna Western seat of the Roman Empire Honorius founded it Ravenna Emperors order Honorius Odoacer Justinian Constantine Constantinople constantine moved his court to Byzantium later renamed Constantinople Church of Sant Apollinare Nuovo honored Apollinaris patron saint of Ravenna 493 526 mosaic Good Shepherd Separating the Sheep from the Goats 520 Last Supper mosaic 520 The mosaics in San Vitale Emperor Justinian and Courtiers 547 mosaic symbolized union of temporal and spiritual power maximanus holds cruci x for assertion of power shielddefenders of faith with greek letters of chi and rho Empress Theodora and Retinue 547 three wiseman at end of her robe came from east reminds wisdom of power and wisdom Rectangular Churches vs Central type Churches Sarcophagi marble tombs with carving designs a Junius Bassus basilica San Pietro Rome Italy depicts Jesus being judged by Pilate Job s sufferings Adam and Eve Christ s entrance to Jerusalem Daniel and lion s den Paul led to execution scenes separated by colonnettes characters draped in Roman togas Christ has Greek pallium robe for teachers and philosophers b Archbishop Theodore Saint Apollinare Ravenna Italy crimson symbol with an alpha and omegaimmortality peacocks meaning paradise small birds feeding on grapescommunion c look for the resurrection of the dead so they didn t cremate Islamic Style Islam s ve pillars 1 Bear witness to Allah in form of Creed quotThere is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his prophetquot 2 Salat Recite prayers ve times daily at speci ed times 3 Almsgiving to poor two and one half percent 4 Ramadan commemorates journey from Mecca 5 hajj pilgrimage to Mecca Muhammad founder of Islam born of merchant family in Mecca


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