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Arch of Constantine


C. 315 CE


Built for Constantine I


brickwork riveted with grey and white marble


(Used other past monuments/spolia)


Rome, Italy


(Early Christian)

The Good Shepherd, The Story of Jonah and the Orants -

Catacombs of SS Peter and Marcellinus


Frescoed ceiling of a cubiculum in the Catacomb of SS Peter and Marcellinus


Rome, Italy


Early 4th Century CE


(Late Antique early Christian)


Sarcophagus with Jonah, philosopher, orant, and Good sheperd and Baptism of Jesus

(Sarcophagus of Sta. Maria Antiqua)


c. 270 CE

Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus

Marble


Rome


c. 359


Early Christian


Old Saint Peter’s

Rome, Italy


Begun under Constantine


c. 319


(Early Christian)


Hagia Sophia

Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorus of Miletus


Constantinople,


Commission by Justinian I


Built, c. 532-37 and 562


(Early Byzantine)

Fish-eye view of the dome and semi-domes / Nave interior, lookingtoward the entrance, Hagia Sophia, Constantinople, c. 532-37 and 562CE (early Byzantine)

Mosaic decoration of the arches / Basket capital, Hagia Sophia, Constantinople,532-37 and 562 CE (early Byzantine)


San Vitale, Ravennafounded 526 ce by Ecclesius, Bishop of Ravennacompleted c.546-8 ce under Justinian I and Bishop Maximianus of Ravenna with funds supplied by Julianus ArgentariusEarly Byzantine


Mosaics in the chancel, San Vitale, RavennaVault of the chancel: Christ, apostles, and saints;Lamb of God, San Vitale, Ravenna, italy

Bishop Ecclesius offers a model of San Vitale to Christ, details of the apse mosaicSan Vitale, Ravenna

Justinian, Bishop Maximianus, and attendants, mosaic on the north wallof the chancel, San Vitale, Ravenna

Theodora and attendants, mosaic on the south wall of thechancel, San Vitale, Ravenna

Abel and Melchizedek offer their sacrifices (Genesis); Mosesand Isaiah, South wall of the chancel, San Vitale, Ravenna


(early Byzantine)

L/ St. Vitalis and Bishop Ecclesius presented toChrist, Christ offers a crown to St. Vitalismosaic in the apse, San Vitale, Ravenna

The Transfiguration, apse mosaic, Church of the Virgin, Monastery of St. Catherine,

Mt. Sinai, Egypt


ca. 548-565


(Early Byzantine)






Christ Blessing (icon)

Encaustic on wood


6th century


From Mt. Sinai, Egypt


(Early Byzantine)

Christ as Pantokrator, dome mosaic, Church of the Dormition, Daphni, Greece

c. 1090-1100


(Middle Byzantine)



Crucifixion, mosaic, Church of the Dormition, Daphni, Greece

1100 CE


(Middle Byzantine)



Purse Cover, from the Sutton Hoo ship burial

gold garnet and colored glass (originally on leather)


c. 625


(Anglo Saxon) (Migration Period)

Man (Symbol of St. Matthew), Book of Durrow

ink and tempera on parchment


possibly made at Iona (Scotland)


c. 660-80


(Hiberno Saxon)

Evangelist portrait: St. Matthew,

Lindisfarne Gospels


ink and colors on parchment


c. 698-721


monstery of Lindisfarne by Eadfrith the bishop of Lindisfarne


(NE England) (Hiberno Saxon)

Cross-carpet Page

Lindisfarne Gospels


ink and tempera on parchment


made c. 698-721


Northumbria for monastery of Lindisfarne by Eadfrith, Bishop of Lindisfarne


(NE England) (Hiberno- Saxon)

Initial page for the Gospel of Matthew,


Lindisfarne Gospels


ink and tempera on parchment


made c. 698-721


Northumbria for monastery of Lindisfarne by Eadfrith, Bishop of Lindisfarne


(NE England) (Hiberno- Saxon)

Chi-Rho-Iota page, Book of Kells

initial page for Matthew


ink and tempera on parchment


made at Iona?(Scotland) or Kells?(Ireland)


late 8th century or early 9th century


(Hiberno Saxon)


Charlemagne’s Palace Chapel, Aachen

designed by Odo of Metz, administered by Einhard


built c. 792-805


Carolingian


Westwork of the Abbey Church of Corvey, Germany

late 9th Century with later additions


Carolingian

Evangelist Portrait: St. Matthew, Coronation Gospels

ink tempera and gold on purple parchment


made at Aachen, Germany


c. 800-810


Carolingian

Psalm 44, Utrecht Psalter

brown ink on parchment


made


c. 830


At Hautvillers or Reims, France


Carolingian


Dome of the Rock

Jerusalem


Abd al- Malik


687-692

Dome of the Rock,


Abd al- Malik ( r. 685-705), looking east, Jerusalem, 687-692)

L) Spandrels, inner arcade & R) Inner facing of theoctagon showing Sassanian winged motifs, jeweledcrowns and vegetal ornaments and Kufic inscriptions ,


Dome of the Rock,


Abd al- Malik( r. 685-705), looking east,Jerusalem, 687-692)

view of the mosaic decoration of the interior, Dome of the Rock,


Abd al- Malik( r. 685-705), looking east, Jerusalem, 687-692)

Malwiya Minaret, Great Mosque of Samarra, Iraq

by al-Mutawakil


c. 848-852


Abbasid Period


Great Mosque, Córdoba

al- Andalus, Spain


785-987 with additions in the 9th and 10th centuries





Double-tiered arcade


the Great Mosque of Córdoba, al-Andalus, Spain,


8th- 10th cent. CE

Pyxis of al-Mughira

Madinat al-Zahra


near Cordoba, Spain


AD 968

Koran page with beginning of surah 18 (Chester Beatty Library)

9th or 10th century


ink and gold on vellum


rectilinear kufic script



Otto III Enthroned between Church and State and receiving tribute from the four parts of the Empire, Book of Otto III

Tempera and gold on parchment


Reichenau, Germany


c. 1000


Ottonian

Jesus and Peter (Jesus washing the feet of his disciples), Gospel Book of Otto III

tempera and gold on parchment


Reichenau, Germany


c. 1000


Ottonian

Doors of Bishop Bernward, including God accusing Adam and Eve

Cast Bronze


Bishop Hildesheim for monastery church of St Michael


Germany


c. 1015


Ottonian

Doors of Bishop Bernward, Christ before Pilate? Caiaphas?

Cast bronze


Bishop of Hildesheim for monastery church of St Michael


c. 1015


Ottonian

Arm reliquary of the Apostles,

from the Cathedral of St. Blaise, Braunschweig


c. 1190


Silver gilt and enamel on wood core


Romanesque Germany

Reliquary Statue of Ste. Foy

late 10th/early 11th Century


(face from 5th century)


Gold, Silver, Jewels, over a Wooden Core


France


Early Medieval


Saint-Sernin, Toulouse

S. France


c.1070-1120


Romanesque



Virgin and Child (Throne of Wisdom), from Auvergne, France

second half of the 12th century


painted wood


Romanesque



South portal of Saint Pierre, Moissac, including tympanum with Christ in Majesty

c.1115-35


Romanesque

St Pierre, Moissac, France


Trumeau, Confronted Lions


c.1115-35


Romanesque

South portal of Saint Pierre, Moissac, right side trumeau with Old Testament Prophet

c.1115-35


Romanesque

South portal of Saint Pierre, Moissac east flank with Infancy Scenes

c.1115-35


Romanesque



Cloister, Saint Pierre, Moissac,

c.1100-15


under Abbot Anquêtil


Romanesque

Capital with Daniel in the Lions’ Den


Saint Pierre, Moissac


S. France


c.1100-15


under Abbot Anquêtil


Romanesque




Church of the Cistercian Abbey, Fontenay

Champagne, France



c.1139-47


Romanesque





Harold Godwinson swears an oath of fealty to Duke William of Normandy on the relics in Bayeux Cathedral,Bayeux Embroidery

c. 1070-80


Romanesque



Battle of Hastings, Bayeux Embroidery

c.1070-80


Romanesque


Bapistery of San Giovanni, Florence

Florence, Italy


c. 1059-1150


Romanesque

a

Ambulatory, and radiating chapels, Abbey Church of Saint Denis


1140-1144


Early Gothic


a

Cathedral of Notre-Dame. Amiens, France.


Robert de Luzarches, Thomas and Renaud de Cormont.


Begun in 1220.


High Gothic


Sainte-Chapelle, Paris

c. 1243-48


commissioned by King Louis IX


Rayonnant Gothic

Royal Portal, west façade.


Cathedral of Notre Dame. Chartres, France.


Old Testament Kings and Queen.


Ca. 1145-1155


Early Gothic

Royal Portal, west façade, Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres, France.


Ascension, Second Coming, Virgin Portal.


Ca. 1145-1155


Early Gothic

Dormition, Assumption, and Coronation of the Virgin, central portal, north transept facade, Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres

Begun c. 1210


High Gothic

Christ (Le Beau Dieu)

trumeau statue, center doorway, west façade, Cathedral of Notre Dame, Amiens


c. 1220-35


High Gothic

Virgin of Paris

Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris


Stone


Early 14th Century


France, Gothic

Virgin and Child with Angels (Notre Dame de la Belle Verrière),

Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres


c. 1170 (and earlier?)


Early Gothic


Originally in romanesque cathedral of Chartres


Angels added in the thirteenth century



Rose window and lancets, north transept facade, Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres

c. 1220


High Gothic



Rose window


North facade of Notre Dame, Chartres


c. 1220


High Gothic

Lancets


North trancept facade of Notre Dame, Chartres


c. 1220


High Gothic


Old testament kings and priests and St. Anne holding the infant Virgin Mary





Choir screen (including The Crucifixion, Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus)

Naumburg Cathedral


c. 1250


Germany, Gothic



The Crucifixion


Naumberg Cathedral


c. 1250


Germany, Gothic

The Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus


Naumberg Cathedral


c. 1250


Germany, Gothic

Röttgen Pietà

painted wood


early 14th century


Rhineland, Germany, Gothic



Abraham and the Three Angels,


Psalter of St. Louis


Paris, France


1253-1270


Ink tempera gold leaf on vellum


High Gothic




The Arrest of Christ / The Annunciation, with marginalia,


Hours of Jeanne d’Evreux


By Jean Pucelle


C. 1325


Late Gothic