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Plan of Santa Costanza, Rome (ca. 350 CE)
Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, Marble, Museo Storico del Capitolino di San Pietro, Rome (c. 359 CE)
Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Ravenna (425-50 CE)
Miniature from Vatican Virgil Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Rome (early 5th. century CE)
Plan of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy (526-47 CE)
Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorus of Miletus, aerial view of Hagia Sophia, Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey (532-537)
Plan of Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey (532-537) Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorus of Miletus
Empress Theodora and Attendants, San Vitale, Ravenna (547 CE)
Emperor Justinian and his Attendants, San Vitale, Ravenna (547 CE)
Interior of the Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem (687-692)
Old Testament Kings and Queens, jamb statues at the central doorway of the Royal Portal, Chartres
(Cathedral at Chartres, France, ca. 1145-1155)
Royal Portal, west facade at Chartres Cathedral (1145-1155)
Rose window and lancets, north transept, Chartres Cathedral at Chartres, France (ca. 1220)
Christ (Beau Dieu) Trumeau, statue of Central Doorway, WEST FACADE, Amiens Cathedral at Amiens, France (ca. 1220-1235)
Arcade and Capitals of Hagia Sophia, Istanbul
Mihrab from the Midrasa Imami, Isfahan, Iran, 11'3"x7'6" (ca. 1354)
Virgin of Jeanne d'Evreaux, from the abbey church of Saint-Denis, France (1339) Silver gilt and enamel, 2'3 1/2" high
Harbaville Triptych (Late 10th century) Ivory, Paris, Louvre
Crucifixion, Church of the Dormition, Daphni, Greece
Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem (c. 690 CE)
Interior, Great Mosque at Cordoba, Spain
Purse Cover from Sutton Hoo ship burial, gold with enamel and garnets (first half of the 7th century) 8" in length
Odo of Metz, Interior of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, Germany
Virgin and Child (Morgan Madonna) from the Auvergne, France (second half of twelfth century)
Saint Matthew, folio 18 verso of the Ebbo Gospels, from Hautvillers, France (ca. 816-835)
Saint Matthew, folio 15 recto of the Coronation Gospels, from Aachen, Germany (ca. 800-810)
Equestrian portrait of Charlemagne or Charles the Bald, from Metz, France, bronze, originally gilt (9th century)
Viking ship burial, Oseburg, Norway, 70' 10 3/8" long (ca. 815-820)
Reconstructed plan of Abbey Church of St. Michael's, Hildesheim, Germany (1001-1033 CE)
Nave, Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
Christ in Majesty, Saint-Sernin, Toulouse, France (Ca. 1096)
Romanesque Portal Ensemble
-trumeau: central post supporting the lintel, usually decorated with sculpture
-Voussoirs, the wedge-shaped pieces of stone used in arch construction (here on the inside of the arch around the figure of Christ in Majesty)
West Portal Last Judgment, Gislebertus on Tympanum, Cathedral of Saint Lazare, Autun, France (ca. 1120-35)
Gislebertus, EVE, right half of lintel, north portal. Cathedral of Saint Lazare, Autun, France (1120-32)
St. John the Evangelist
From the Gospel of Abbot Wedricus, (c. 1147)
Note the importance of the medallions
Indicating events in the life of Saint John,
Including his martyrdom at lower left. Dove of Holy Spirit, lowered to him by the Hand of God, whispering in his ear, Ink provided to him by a monk at right. Idea of Crossing the borders, from one realm to another. From heavenly inspiration to the Writer of the book, to the reality of the monk
Who transcribes the words.
West Facade Notre Dame La Grande, Poitiers, France (early 12th century)
West Facade of Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Paris (ca. 1200-1250)
Portals and North Transept of the Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres, (ca. 1204-1230)
Saint Theodore on left, years later than sculptures on right (Saints Lawrence, Clement and Stephen)
Plan of Notre Dame Amiens, (Begun in 1220) Robert de Luzarches, Thomas de Cormont and Renaud de Cormont
Nave and side aisle of Cathedral of Notre Dame of Amiens
taller and more slender, feeling of weightlessness
Cathedral of Notre Dame of Reims, from the western end. portals project forward
Annunciation and Visitation, West Portal of Cathedral of Notre Dame in Reims (c. 1230-65)
Relief of the Arrest and Betrayal of Christ, from Amiens (1264-88)
North French Gothic, Virgin and Child (ca. 1250-1275) Ivory
Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux (c. 1324-28) Arrest of Christ facing The Annunciation, refers to the idea of Christ as scapegoat