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Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, 691-692 (fig. 6-4)
Q
dome, drum, ambulatory
Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, 691-692 (fig. 6-4)
Q
dome, drum, ambulatory
Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, 691-692 (fig. 6-4)
dome, drum, ambulatory
Q
Dome of the Rock
Q
Great Mosque, Damascus, 706-715 (figs. 6-5, 6)
columnar hall mosque
mihrab (niche indicating the direction of Mecca)
quibla (wall in which the mihrab is located, also direction of Mecca)
minaret (tower)
sahn (arcaded courtyard)
haram (covered prayer hall)
Q
Great Mosque, Córdoba, Spain, 786 – 10th century (fig. 6-1, 6-7)
columnar hall mosque
mihrab (niche indicating the direction of Mecca)
quibla (wall in which the mihrab is located, also direction of Mecca)
lobed arches
stacked arches
petaled dome
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Great Mosque, Damascus, 706-715 (figs. 6-5, 6)
columnar hall mosque
mihrab (niche indicating the direction of Mecca)
quibla (wall in which the mihrab is located, also direction of Mecca)
minaret (tower)
sahn (arcaded courtyard)
haram (covered prayer hall)
Q
Constantinople, Church of Haghia Sophia, 532-537, colorplate 21, Figs. 4-28 – 4-31
Isidorus of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles
central-plan church
gallery
dome, half-dome
pendentive
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Constantinople, Church of Haghia Sophia, 532-537, colorplate 21, Figs. 4-28 – 4-31
Isidorus of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles
central-plan church
gallery
dome, half-dome
pendentive
Q
Constantinople, Church of Haghia Sophia, 532-537, colorplate 21, Figs. 4-28 – 4-31
Isidorus of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles
central-plan church
gallery
dome, half-dome
pendentive
Q
Constantinople, Church of Haghia Sophia, 532-537, colorplate 21, Figs. 4-28 – 4-31
Isidorus of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles
central-plan church
gallery
dome, half-dome
pendentive
Q
Ravenna, Orthodox Baptistery, 400-500 (fig. 4-17)
baptistery / baptisteria
blind arch
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Ravenna, Orthodox Baptistery, 400-500 (fig. 4-17)
baptistery / baptisteria
blind arch
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Ravenna, Church of S. Vitale, ca. 526 – 547
central-plan church, ambulatory, gallery
Q
Rome, Sta. Costanza ca. A.D. 350 (fig. 4-10)
mausoleum (singular), mausolea (plural)
central-plan church
ambulatory
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Rome, Sta. Costanza ca. A.D. 350 (fig. 4-10)
mausoleum (singular), mausolea (plural)
central-plan church
ambulatory
Q
ambulatory
A semicircular or polygonal passageway around the apse of a church
baptistery / baptisteria
A seperate building or part of a church used for the sacremental ceremony of reception into Cristianity
blind arch
An arch applied to a wall.
central-plan church
a church that goes around a central point instead of having a rectangular plan
dome
a fucking dome, damn
half-dome
half of a dome? no shit.
drum
cylindrical supporting structure of a dome
gallery
An upper story projecting from the interior wall of a building, or placed above the aisles of a church. It may function as as a corridor or as an area for assembly or seating
haram
covered prayer hall
Isidorus of Miletus
the architect who together with Anthemius of Tralles designed Hagia Sophia in Constantinople
Anthemius of Tralles
a professor of geometry at Constantinople and architect, who collaborated with Isidore of Miletus to build Hagia Sophia by the order of Justinian I.
mihrab
niche indicating the direction of Mecca
minaret
tower
pendentive
constructive device permitting the placing of a circular dome over a square room or an elliptical dome over a rectangular room. The pendentives, which are triangular segments of a sphere, taper to points at the bottom and spread at the top to establish the continuous circular or elliptical base needed for the dome
petaled dome
Octagonal based Dome
quibla
wall in which the mihrab is located, also direction of Mecca
sahn
arcaded courtyard
stacked arches
Arches stacked on top of each other...
lobed arches
arches with semicircular recesses carved around the curvature of the arch
mausoleum
an external free-standing building constructed as a monument enclosing the interment space or burial chamber of a deceased person or persons.
columnar hall mosque
mosque with a hall of columns (11 by 10 in the great mosque)