Early Christian and Byzantine architecture

@inproceedings{Krautheimer1969EarlyCA,
  title={Early Christian and Byzantine architecture},
  author={R. Krautheimer},
  year={1969}
}
Early Christian art - Rome and the legacy of the caesars early Christian art - the eastern provinces of the empire and the foundation of Constantinople early Christian art - the synthesis of the secular and the religious image the age of Justinian the forsaken west and the emergence of the supreme pontiff the troubled east the triumph of orthodoxy the scholar of orthodoxy the scholar emperor and the triumph of the imperial ideal metropolitan authority metropolitan diffusion and decline. 
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