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  • Islamic. The Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem.Late 680s–691.[Fig. 4.1] <br />
  • Map: The Spread of Christianity by 600 CE.ca. 305 CE.[Fig. Map 4.1] <br />
  • Map: The Expansion of Islam to 850.[Fig. Map 4.2] <br />
  • Jewish. Model of the Second Temple of Jerusalem.20 CE.[Fig. 4.2] <br />
  • Early Christian. Cutaway drawing: the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, showing site of Christ’s Tomb (line drawing).ca. 300 CE.[Fig. 4.3] <br />
  • Early Christian. The Good Shepherd.300 CE. Marble. Height: 39&quot;.Vatican Museums, Rome. [Fig. 4.4] <br />
  • Early Christian. Drawing: Traditional Christian Symbols (line drawing).[Fig. 4.5] <br />
  • Early Christian. Reconstruction drawing of Old St. Peter’s, Rome.ca. 320-327 CE (Atrium added later 4th century).Vatican Museums, Rome. [Fig. 4.6] <br />
  • Early Christian. Ground plan, Old St. Peter&apos;s, Rome.320-327 CE.[Fig. 4.7] <br />
  • Early Christian. Interior of the Church of Santa Costanza, Rome.ca. 350 CE.[Fig. 4.8] <br />
  • Early Christian. Ground plan, Church of Santa Costanza, Rome.ca. 350 CE.[Fig. 4.9] <br />
  • Early Christian. Ambulatory vault mosaic, Church of Santa Costanza, Rome.Late fourth or early fifth century CE. Mosaic.[Fig. 4.10] <br />
  • Mithraic. Mithraic relief.The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Klaus G. Peris, 1997 (1997.145.3). Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 4.11] <br />
  • Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (formerly Constantinople).532-537 CE.[Fig. 4.12] <br />
  • Map: The Byzantine Empire at the death of Justinian in 565 and in 1025.[Fig. Map 4.3] <br />
  • Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Interior, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (formerly Constantinople).532-537 CE.[Fig. 4.13] <br />
  • Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Ground plan, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (formerly Constantinople).532-537 CE.[Fig. 4.14a] <br />
  • Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Vertical cross-section, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (formerly Constantinople).532-537 CE.[Fig. 4.14b] <br />
  • Byzantine. Theotokos and Child with Saint Theodore and Saint George.Sixth century. Encaustic on board.Monastery of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai. [Fig. 4.15] <br />
  • Byzantine. Emperor Justinian with Maximian, Clergy, Courtiers, and Soldiers. Wall mosaics, San Vitale, Ravenna.ca. 547 CE. Mosaic.[Fig. 4.16] <br />
  • Byzantine. Empress Theodora with Courtiers and Ladies of Her Court. Wall mosaics, San Vitale, Ravenna.ca. 547 CE. Mosaic.[Fig. 4.17] <br />
  • Islamic. Left page of double frontispiece to volume VII of the Qur’an of Baybars Jashnagir, from Egypt.1304-06. Manuscript illumination. 18-1/2&quot; x 12-1/2&quot;.British Library, London. [Fig. 4.18] <br />
  • Ahmed Karahisari. Frontispiece, Calligraphic Qur’an, from Istanbul.ca. 1550. Manuscript illumination. 19-2/3&quot; x 13-3/4&quot;.Museum of Turkish and. [Fig. 4-CL.1] <br />
  • Islamic. Bismillah in the form of a parrot, from Iran.1834-35. Ink on paper under wax coating.Islamic Art, Istanbul. [Fig. 4-CL.2] <br />
  • Islamic. Five examples of the bismillah in different Islamic cursive scripts (calligraphic drawings).Cincinnati Art Museum, Franny Bryce Lehmer Fund, 1977.65. [Fig. 4-CL.3] <br />
  • Islamic. Mihrab niche, Isfahan, Iran.ca. 1354-55. Mosaic of polychrome glazed tiles on fritware body set into plaster. 135-1/16&quot; x 113-11/16&quot;.©1982. [Fig. 4-CL.4] <br />
  • Islamic. The Kaaba, center of the Haram Mosque, Mecca, Saudi Arabia.Last rebuilt 1631.[Fig. 4.19] <br />
  • Islamic. Djingareyber Mosque, Timbuktu, Mali.ca.1312.[Fig. 4.20] <br />
  • Great Mosque of Córdoba. Interior.Begun 785, extended 852, 950, 961–76, and 987.[Fig. 4.21] <br />
  • Map: The spread of Buddism, 500 BCE - eleventh century CE.[Fig. Map 4.4] <br />
  • Buddhist. Colossal Statue, Bamiyan, Afghanistan.Northern Wei dynasty, ca. third century CE. Stone. Height: 175&apos;.[Fig. 4.22] <br />
  • Buddhist. Large Seated Buddha with Standing Bodhisattva, from cave 20, Ungang, Shaanxi, China.Northern Wei dynasty, ca, 460-70 CE. Stone. Heigt: 44&apos;.[Fig. 4.23] <br />
  • Medieval France, Islamic influence. Saint Michel d’Aiguilhe, Le-Puy-en-Venay, France. Portal.ca. 1162-80.[Fig. 4.24] <br />
  • Islamic (probably Fatimid Egypt). Griffin from the Islamic Mediterranean, probably Fatimid Egypt, appropriated as decoration for Pisa Cathedral.Eleventh century. Bronze. Height: 3&apos; 6-1/8&quot;.Museo dell&apos;Opera del Duomo, Pisa. [Fig. 4.25] <br />

Humanities 100 Chapter 4 Humanities 100 Chapter 4 Presentation Transcript

  • Islamic. The Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem. Late 680s–691. [Fig. 4.1]
  • Map: The Spread of Christianity by 600 CE. ca. 305 CE. [Fig. Map 4.1]
  • Map: The Expansion of Islam to 850. [Fig. Map 4.2]
  • Jewish. Model of the Second Temple of Jerusalem. 20 CE. [Fig. 4.2]
  • Early Christian. Cutaway drawing: the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, showing site of Christ’s Tomb (line drawing). ca. 300 CE. [Fig. 4.3]
  • Early Christian. The Good Shepherd. 300 CE. Marble. Height: 39". Vatican Museums, Rome. [Fig. 4.4]
  • Early Christian. Drawing: Traditional Christian Symbols (line drawing). [Fig. 4.5]
  • Early Christian. Reconstruction drawing of Old St. Peter’s, Rome. ca. 320-327 CE (Atrium added later 4th century). Vatican Museums, Rome. [Fig. 4.6]
  • Early Christian. Ground plan, Old St. Peter's, Rome. 320-327 CE. [Fig. 4.7]
  • Early Christian. Interior of the Church of Santa Costanza, Rome. ca. 350 CE. [Fig. 4.8]
  • Early Christian. Ground plan, Church of Santa Costanza, Rome. ca. 350 CE. [Fig. 4.9]
  • Early Christian. Ambulatory vault mosaic, Church of Santa Costanza, Rome. Late fourth or early fifth century CE. Mosaic. [Fig. 4.10]
  • Mithraic. Mithraic relief. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Klaus G. Peris, 1997 (1997.145.3). Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 4.11]
  • Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (formerly Constantinople). 532-537 CE. [Fig. 4.12]
  • Map: The Byzantine Empire at the death of Justinian in 565 and in 1025. [Fig. Map 4.3]
  • Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Interior, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (formerly Constantinople). 532-537 CE. [Fig. 4.13]
  • Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Ground plan, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (formerly Constantinople). 532-537 CE. [Fig. 4.14a]
  • Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Vertical cross-section, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (formerly Constantinople). 532-537 CE. [Fig. 4.14b]
  • Byzantine. Theotokos and Child with Saint Theodore and Saint George. Sixth century. Encaustic on board. Monastery of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai. [Fig. 4.15]
  • Byzantine. Emperor Justinian with Maximian, Clergy, Courtiers, and Soldiers. Wall mosaics, San Vitale, Ravenna. ca. 547 CE. Mosaic. [Fig. 4.16]
  • Byzantine. Empress Theodora with Courtiers and Ladies of Her Court. Wall mosaics, San Vitale, Ravenna. ca. 547 CE. Mosaic. [Fig. 4.17]
  • Islamic. Left page of double frontispiece to volume VII of the Qur’an of Baybars Jashnagir, from Egypt. 1304-06. Manuscript illumination. 18-1/2" x 12-1/2". British Library, London. [Fig. 4.18]
  • Ahmed Karahisari. Frontispiece, Calligraphic Qur’an, from Istanbul. ca. 1550. Manuscript illumination. 19-2/3" x 13-3/4". Museum of Turkish and. [Fig. 4-CL.1]
  • Islamic. Bismillah in the form of a parrot, from Iran. 1834-35. Ink on paper under wax coating. Islamic Art, Istanbul. [Fig. 4-CL.2]
  • Islamic. Five examples of the bismillah in different Islamic cursive scripts (calligraphic drawings). Cincinnati Art Museum, Franny Bryce Lehmer Fund, 1977.65. [Fig. 4-CL.3]
  • Islamic. Mihrab niche, Isfahan, Iran. ca. 1354-55. Mosaic of polychrome glazed tiles on fritware body set into plaster. 135- 1/16" x 113-11/16". ©1982. [Fig. 4-CL.4]
  • Islamic. The Kaaba, center of the Haram Mosque, Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Last rebuilt 1631. [Fig. 4.19]
  • Islamic. Djingareyber Mosque, Timbuktu, Mali. ca.1312. [Fig. 4.20]
  • Great Mosque of Córdoba. Interior. Begun 785, extended 852, 950, 961–76, and 987. [Fig. 4.21]
  • Map: The spread of Buddism, 500 BCE - eleventh century CE. [Fig. Map 4.4]
  • Buddhist. Colossal Statue, Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Northern Wei dynasty, ca. third century CE. Stone. Height: 175'. [Fig. 4.22]
  • Buddhist. Large Seated Buddha with Standing Bodhisattva, from cave 20, Ungang, Shaanxi, China. Northern Wei dynasty, ca, 460-70 CE. Stone. Heigt: 44'. [Fig. 4.23]
  • Medieval France, Islamic influence. Saint Michel d’Aiguilhe, Le-Puy-en-Venay, France. Portal. ca. 1162-80. [Fig. 4.24]
  • Islamic (probably Fatimid Egypt). Griffin from the Islamic Mediterranean, probably Fatimid Egypt, appropriated as decoration for Pisa Cathedral. Eleventh century. Bronze. Height: 3' 6-1/8". Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Pisa. [Fig. 4.25]