Art 1906 Notes 3.23
Art 1906 Notes 3.23 ART 1906
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3.23 Art 1906 Notes Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorus of Miletus: CHURCH OF HAGIA SOPHIA (HOLY WISDOM), CONSTANTINOPLE. Modern Istanbul. 532-537. View from the southwest. (Fig. 08-02) DAVID BATTLING GOLIATH: One of the “David Plates,” made in Constantinople. 629-630 CE. Silver, diameter 19 7/8” (49.4 cm). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Fig. 08-01) CHURCH OF SAN VITALE: View into the sanctuary toward the northeast. C. 547. (Fig. 08-06) CHRIST ENTHRONED, FLANKED BY ANGELS, ST. VITALIS, AND BISHOP ECCLESIUS: Church of San Vitale, Ravenna. C. 547. Mosaic. (Fig. 08-07) EMPEROR JUSTINIAN AND HIS ATTENDANTS, NORTH WALL OF THE APSE: Church of San Vitale, Ravenna. Consecrated 547. Mosaic, 8’8” x 12’ (2.64 x 3.65 m). (Fig. 08-08) EMPRESS THEODORA AND HER ATTENDANTS, SOUTH WALL OF THE APSE: Church of San Vitale, Ravenna. Consecrated 547. Mosaic, 8’8” x 12’ (2.64 x 3.65 m). (Fig. 08-09) THE MONASTERY OF ST. CATHERINE, SINAI: Mount Sinai, Egypt. Fortifications and church constructed under the patronage of Emperor Justinian, c. 548-566. (Fig. 08-10) THE TRANSFIGURATION OF CHRIST: Apse mosaic in the church of the Virgin, monastery of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai, Egypt. C. 565. (Fig. 08- 11) VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH SAINTS AND ANGELS: Icon. Second half of the 6 century. Encaustic on wood, 27” x 18-7/8” (69 x 48 cm). Monastery of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai, Egypt. (Fig. 08-14) ARCHANGEL MICHAEL: Panel of a diptychthprobably from the court workshop at Constantinople. Early 6 century. Ivory, 17” x 5-1/2” (43.3 x 14cm). British Museum, London. (Fig. 08-12) REBECCA AT THE WELL: Page from a codex featuring the book of Genesisthknown as the Vienna Genesis). Made in Syria or Palestine. Early 6 century. Tempera, gold and silver paint on purple-dyed vellum, 13-1/2” x 9-7/8” (33.7 x 25 cm). Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna. (Fig. 08-13) 3.23
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