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Etruscan Sarcophagus

c. 520 bc

Cerveteri (Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, Rome)

*note the "archaic smile"
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Temple of Fortuna Virilis

c. 110 bc

Rome
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Temple of the Sibyl

c. 90 bc

Tivoli
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Scenes of a Dionysiac Mystery Cult

c. 50 bc

Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii
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Augustus as General

c. 20 ad copy of c. 15 bc bronze original

Vatican Museums, Rome
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Spoils from the Temple in Jerusalem (detail of Arch of Titus)

c. 80

Rome
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Colosseum

c. 80

Rome
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Portrait of a Husband and Wife

c. 75

Pompeii (Museo Nazionale. Naples)
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Column of Trajan

c. 110

Rome
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The Pantheon

c. 125

Rome
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Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius

c. 180

Piazza del Campidoglio, Rome
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The Tetrarchs

c. 305

St. Mark's, Venice

(sculpture looted from a Byzantine palace in 1204)
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Arch of Constantine

315

Rome
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Arch of Constantine

medallions c. 125; frieze c. 315

Rome

The figures in the Constantinian reliefs are squat in proportion and reminicent of the four tetrachs. They do not move according to any classical principle of naturalistic movement, but rather with the mechanical and repeated stances and gestures of puppets. The relief is very shallow, the forms are no longer fully modeled, and the details are incised. One need only compare this Constantinian relief with a Byzantine icon of the sixth century AD to see that the new compositional principles are those of the middle ages.
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Santa Costanza

c. 350

Rome

*Example of a central-plan church, a structural type developed out of Roman baths
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Santa Costanza

c. 350

Rome
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S. Vitale

completed 547

Ravenna
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Emperor Justinian and His Attendants

c. 547

S. Vitale, Ravenna
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Hagia Sophia

completed 537

Istanbul, Turkey
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Chi-Rho page, from the Book of Kells

c. 800

made at the monastery on the island of Iona, Ireland, and left incomplete when the island was invaded by Vikings in 804
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St. Matthew, from The Coronation Gospels (The Gospel Book of Charlemagne)

c. 800

Vienna
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St. Matthew, from the Ebbo Gospels (Gospel Book of Archbishop Ebbo of Reims)

c. 825

Biblioteque Nationale, Paris
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David Composing the Psalms, from the so-called Paris Psalter

c. 980

Biblioteque Nationale, Paris
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Otto III Enthroned Receiving the Homage of the Four Parts of the Empire, from the gospel Book of Otto III

c. 1000

Munich
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Cathedral of Pisa

begun 1052

Pisa
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St. Mark's Cathedral

begun 1063

Venice
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Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio

begun late 11th century

Milan
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Christ and St. Peter at the Sea of Galilee

c. 1085

S. Angelo in Formis, Capua, Italy
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Last Supper

c. 1085

S. Angelo in Formis, Capua, Italy
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Bayeux Tapestry

c. 1075

Bayeux, France
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Chartres Cathedral

begun c. 1145
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West Facade of Notre-Dame

begun c. 1163

Paris

*no spires
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Death of the Virgin

c. 1220

Strasbourg Cathedral, France
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Ekkehard and Uta

c. 1245

Naumburg Cathedral
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Orvieto Cathedral

begun c. 1310

Orvieto
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Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace)

c. 1345-1438
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Milan Cathedral

begun 1386
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Claus Sluter

The Moses Well

1395-1406

Dijon
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Etruscan She-Wolf

c. 500 bc

Museo Capitolino, Rome
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Chimera, from Arezzo

5th to 4th century bc

Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Florence
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Head of a Roman

c. 80 bc

Rome
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Battle of Issus

c. 80 bc

House of the Faun, Pompeii
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Pont du Gard (Roman aqueduct)

1st century bc

Nimes, France
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Triumph of Titus (detail of the Arch of Titus)

c. 80

Rome
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Sant' Apollinare in Classe

completed 549

Ravenna
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Apse mosaic

c. 549

Sant' Apollinare in Classe, Ravenna
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Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints and Angels

early 7th c.

Monastery of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai
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Lindau Gospels

c. 870 (Reims school, late-Carolingian)

Pierpont Morgan Library, New York
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Speyer Cathedral

begun 1030

Germany
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Christ Washing the Feet of Peter, from the Gospel Book of Otto III

c. 1000

Munich
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