Πρόγραμμα Ιερατικών Σπουδών – Περιγραφή Μαθήματος

Πρόγραμμα Ιερατικών Σπουδών – Περιγραφή Μαθήματος

Course: Christian Archeology

Course Code: Y34

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Teaching Credits: 4

Teaching Hours: 3

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Description: 1. Meaning, conditions, limits, object and value of Christian Archaeology. Periods of Christian Archaeology 2. Early Christian Archaeology a) Types of Burial- Burial monument, b) Carnivores, c) Christian Cemeteries, d) Catacombs, e)Cemetery Temples, f) Martyrdoms 3 a) Relationship of the Christian Temple to the Jewish and the ancient Greek Temple, b) Houses of Prayer, c) The Early Christian Basilica (Typology) 4. The Rhythm of the Early Christian Basilica a) Structure, construction, architectural form, decoration, materials and technical structure, roofing form, b) Origin of the Basilica – Variations of the Basilica 5. The parts of the Early Christian Basilica. The outbuildings of the Early Christian Basilica.Τhe baptistery. A floor plans study of the Early Christian Basilica. 6 a) The greatest Early Christian Basilica Temples, b) The dome Basilica (The Hagia Sophia of Constantinople, c) The architectural plan – Static equilibrium method of Hagia Sophia, d) The interior of Hagia Sophia. 7 a) The circumcenter Temples, b) The Temple building development 8. Byzantine Period: a) One -dome Temples, multi- dome Temples, Cruciform and Cross- like type of Temples, b) The registered Cross -like Temple with a dome, c) The most important Monuments 9. The Ιnfluence of the Byzantine Αrt in the West. The secular architecture (the Sacred palace, The Vlacherna palace, the rest Μonuments of the Εmpire) 10. Palaiologia Renaissance. The registered Cross- like type, the three- niched type of the registered Cross- like Temple. The use of the covered peristoon .Temples with semichonia. Secular architecture and art 11. The form of Western Christian architecture, a) The particular characteristic elements of the Temples of the West, b) The rhythms of Temples of the West: 1. The Romanesque rhythm, 2.The Gothic. 3. The Late Gothic, 4.The Renaissance rhythm, 5.The Baroque rhythm. 12. Post Byzantine period. The Monuments .The survival of the Byzantine Art 13. Valuation of the Byzantine Art. Modern Ecclesiastical Art