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Late Antiquity. Constantine’s Aula Nova in Trier, 305-312 ce , hovering behind the Electoral Palace (1756) . Long life of the genus basilica. Early Christian basilica. Romanesque basilica. Gothic basilica. Late Antique or Early Christian. Early medieval. Carolingian + Ottonian. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Late AntiquityConstantines Aula Nova in Trier, 305-312 ce, hovering behind the Electoral Palace (1756)

Long life of the genus basilica

Romanesque basilicaGothic basilica

Early Christian basilica476Fall of Romec. 1400Italian Renaissance beginsLate Antique or Early ChristianCarolingian+OttonianMedieval styles in Western EuropeRomanesqueGothicEarly medievalArchitecture of late antiquity476Fall of Rome1453Ottoman Turks conquer ConstantinopleByzantine = Eastern EmpireLate Antique or Early ChristianByzantine

What is late antiquity?II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art?

Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art?Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315

II. How did the style of late antique art differ from Classical art?Arch of Constantine, Rome, ca. 315

Classical roundel, 100-33 ce

Late antique frieze, ca. 315 ce

4th-century early Christian basilicas

Roman civic basilicas1st cen. bce 4th cen. ce

III. What about late antique architecture: how was it different from Classical architecture?

Roman civil basilica at Pompeii, Italy, ca. 80 bce

Roman civil basilica at Pompeii, Italy, ca. 80 bce

Basilica Ulpia in the Forum of Trajan, Rome, 106-12 ce

Basilica Ulpia in the Forum of Trajan, Rome, 106-12 ce

Aula Nova (Constantines Basilica), Trier, Germany, 305-312 ce

Aula Nova (Constantines Basilica), Trier, Germany, 305-312 ce

Aula Nova (Constantines Basilica), Trier, Germany, 305-312 ce

Aula Nova (Constantines Basilica), Trier, Germany, 305-312 ce

Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome, Italy, 307-315

Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome, Italy, 307-315a vaulted Roman civil basilica in molded concrete