Byzantine Christian Art .


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Byzantine Christian workmanship is exceptionally adapted. It should be possible in mosaic or painted however normally contains a ton of gold. The accompanying illustrations originate from the Haia Sophia which was the Church of the Holy Wisdom fabricated by Justinian.It was made into a mosque in 1453 after the Ottoman Turks vanquished Constantinople..
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Byzantine Christian Art By Susan Daly

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Byzantine Christian craftsmanship is exceptionally adapted. It should be possible in mosaic or painted yet generally contains a great deal of gold. The accompanying illustrations originate from the Haia Sophia which was the Church of the Holy Wisdom worked by Justinian.It was made into a mosque in 1453 after the Ottoman Turks vanquished Constantinople.

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Byzantine Emperor

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A holy messenger

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Christ

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Mary and Jesus encompassed by an Emperor and Empress.

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An Empress

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Christ

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Mary holding child Jesus

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St. John the Baptist

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Emperor Constantine

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Emperor Justinian holding Haia Sophia

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Interior of Haia Sophia

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Entrance to Haia Sophia

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Elaborate sections with Justinians initials

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One little territory in the inside

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Haia Sophia

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The accompanying pictures originate from the stone cut houses of worship of Goreme in Cappodocia, focal Turkey. These are pictures painted by loner ministers in surrender places of worship cut out of Tufa , a delicate volcanic layer here.

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Some of the Apostles

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Christ with a few Apostles

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Damage to the appearances was done amid the Iconoclast time frame

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St George

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Constantine on the left and his mom Helen on the privilege.

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A stone cut church

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More straightforward adornments

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Many houses of worship here

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