The architecture of the earliest Christian structures, from 200 - c.500 AD. For later developments see Byzantine.
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Early Christian and Byzantine Art and Architecture
Belmont University offers pages of annotated, expandable thumbnail images of Christian structures and art ranging from the Catacombs of Ancient Rome to the 12th century.
Early Christian Architecture
An illustrated introduction to the development of the church plan in the 3rd and 4th centuries by Dr. Franklin Toker, University of Pittsburgh. Includes the house-church at Dura Europos (230).
Margaret Visser: The Geometry of Love
A book exploring the basilican church of Sant Agnese fuori le Mura, Rome, rebuilt 625-38 to replace a 4th-century church. Author's biography, reviews, images with extracts.
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