All are shown with wings. The symbols are shown demonstrating the text to the evangelist (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 72). Virgin and Child, mosaic, church of Torcello, Venice 11th c. it is a basilica church. It is a notable example of the Venetian-Byzantine architecture. It is one of the ancient religious edifices in the Veneto. It also contains the earliest mosaics (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 72). Early Christian architecture: Saint Peter’s, (Reconstruction sketch) 333 A. D. Rome. It stood from the 4th to 16th centuries. It stands today in the Vatican City. Construction took about 30 years to be complete.
By the 15th century, it was falling into ruin (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 75). Santa Maria Maggiore, 6thA. d. Rome. It is the junior of the four papal basilicas in Rome. The walls were revetted initially in marble. It was replaced with a series of frescoes. It belonged to the Villa complex of the Ne ratio family (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 75). Romanesque (Late Medieval) architecture: 950-1150 Pisa Cathedral, 1063 it resembles other ancient basilican churches n plan. It has long rows of columns. The exterior has bands of white and red marble.
The sculpture depends on its general propositions (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 82). San Miniato, Florence, 1018 it was constructed on top of a pre-existent Oratory. The upper order is so mounted by a 13th-century mosaic. The gilded copper eagle that is huge is placed n top of the predicament. The interior is divided into three naves (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 82). Baptistery Florence, early 11th c. it is a sculpture of a religious building in Florence. It is octagonal. It has bronze doors. It also has relief sculptures (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P.
82). Modena Cathedral, 11st-12th c. it is a sculpture of a religious building in Modena. It is octagonal. It has relief sculptures. It is made of bronze (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 82). Romanesque sculpture: Anonymous: Jeremiah, Jamb sculpture from Cremona, 1015-30. It was sculpted before 1030. It is a sculpture of Jeremiah. It is made of bronze. It is located in Cremona (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 85). Anonymous: Pontile from Modena Cathedral with Last Supper, 1099. It was sculpted in 1099. It is located in Italy. It is made of marble.
It shows evidence of the last supper (Hourihane and Colum, 2012, P. 85). Bonanno: Doors of S. Ranieri w/ Life of Christ, Pisa, 1190. It is made of 24 bronze panels. It describes the life of Christ. It has iron nails.
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