Byzantine architecture

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the style of architecture developed in the Byzantine Empire developed after the 5th century

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The icon is a 300-year-old image of Jesus, produced in the Byzantine style in the Heraclidios monastery near Nicosia, which produced icons for most of the churches in Cyprus in the 18th century.
Stephen's Ukrainian Catholic Church in Calgary asked Wallis to design in a Byzantine style.
The earliest images of this event from the 13th and the beginning of the 14th centuries (including Giotto's) combine the flatness of the Byzantine style with the preliminary suggestion of three-dimensional space that would come to characterize Western painting.
by the sisters, a new parish church in the Byzantine style was built and dedicated to Our Lady of the Atonement.
17 Strajnic added that the church must be designed exclusively in the late Byzantine style exemplified by church architecture of the Prince Lazar period (ca.
A further five minute walk reveals the 15th century church of St Sofia, built in Byzantine style and church which the city took its name from.
The monasteries boast fine Byzantine style architecture and house many treasures, including rarely seen icons.
Although his early work has not survived, he probably painted in the late Byzantine style popular in Crete in his time.
The Genesis cupola at San Marco had previously attracted art-historical attention either as an exemplar of the combination of Western and Byzantine style in thirteenth-century Venice or because its mosaics are the best witnesses to the iconography of the almost completely destroyed late antique manuscript known as the Cotton Genesis, a manuscript that seems to have been the direct iconographic model for the mosaics.
Coore said of the Byzantine style, "While different from any Indian style, it harmonizes generally with what is found in India, being the most oriental of the styles which are associated with church building.