Basilican and cross-in-square plan churches in the style which developed in the Eastern Roman Empire (330-1453) in which Classical precepts were no longer strictly observed and new influences from the East were integrated.
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Church of St. Theodore at Mistra, Greece
Photograph of the 11th-century Byzantine church from Fordham University, New York.
Computer Model of the Hagia Sophia
Project by Princeton University in 1996. Technical details of producing the model, some photographs.
Great Buildings Online provide photographs, 3D model, choice quotations and bibliography of the Byzantine masterpiece designed by Isidoros and Anthemios at Istanbul, Turkey, 532-7.
San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy
This octagonal church, built 526-47, is among the finest and least altered of all Byzantine buildings. Great Buildings Online provides a description and bibliography.
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