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HOW                               Houses of Worship assignment                   Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofia) Mosque Istanbul,...
Compare and contrast - exterior viewHagia Sophia, Istanbul and Chartres Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris
Compare and contrast - exterior view                    Hagia Sophia, Istanbul and Chartres Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris...
Compare and contrast the exterior view                   Different                         Different                      ...
Compare and contrast - interior viewHagia Sophia and Chartres Cathedral of Notre Dame
Compare and contrast - interior view                          Hagia Sophia and Chartres Cathedral of Notre Dame           ...
Compare and contrast the interior view                     Different         Similar              Different Hagia Sofia   ...
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HOW example / Mr. Dines

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HOW example / Mr. Dines

  1. 1. HOW Houses of Worship assignment Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofia) Mosque Istanbul, Turkey and Chartres Cathedral, Notre Dame Paris, France Student’s tasks1.In a Venn diagram, three similarities and three differences between a mosque and one otherhouse of worship2.Using the information you gather, write an essay that uses the information you gathered
  2. 2. Compare and contrast - exterior viewHagia Sophia, Istanbul and Chartres Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris
  3. 3. Compare and contrast - exterior view Hagia Sophia, Istanbul and Chartres Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris Full view: Four minarets; domed roof; Full view: Two pinkish stone; heavy on the ground steeples; seems lighter Door to interior Door to interiorSupporting arches Supporting arches
  4. 4. Compare and contrast the exterior view Different Different SimilarHagia Sofia Chartres Cathedral•Four towers - •Both are houses of worship •Two towers at the frontminarets - evenly •Both use arches in the of the cathedral - differentspaced on four construction in appearancecorners; towers are •Both have towers •Angled roof over mainsimilar in •Both call the faithful areaappearance to prayer from the towers (the mosque has •Grey stone•Domed roof the muezzin and the •Statues of saints at the•Brownish red stone•No statues (I know cathedral has bells – I main door; gargoyles on don’t see these things the roof (It isn’t visible inthis - it isn’t visible but I know them and the picture)in the picture) and could support with •Built for Christians•Built for Muslims facts
  5. 5. Compare and contrast - interior viewHagia Sophia and Chartres Cathedral of Notre Dame
  6. 6. Compare and contrast - interior view Hagia Sophia and Chartres Cathedral of Notre Dame Soaring (high) domed ceilings; colorful; greatly decorated; many statues and pictures; symbol of religion; altar; big spaceSoaring (high) domed ceilings; colorful; greatly decoratedCalligraphy; nostatues or picturesof people; no altar;big space Pews for seating; stained glass!; windows from top to bottom Rugs on floor, no seats; windows Center of dome seen from through lit interior arches top to bottom Center of dome seen through gray interior arches
  7. 7. Compare and contrast the interior view Different Similar Different Hagia Sofia Chartres Cathedral•Islamic calligraphy ispart of the design as is •Both have rounded •Scenes from the biblehighly intricate, arches as part of the decorate the church interior design (in the colored glassgeometric shapes •Both use stained glass•Highly decorated •Both are built on a windows)color is part of the massive scale: soaring, •Colored decoration isdecoration high ceilings and wide mostly in the intricate•There are no pictures central areas for people glass windowsor statues of people • People pray toward •Pictures and statues•There is no single something: toward are part of the interior mihrab (shows direction • A main altar is at thealtar at which people of Mecca; front ofpray cathedral where priest front of the cathedral stands (I know this even it’s not obvious in the picture)
  8. 8. That’s it - now begin

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