Byzantine art is the name for the artistic products of the Eastern Roman (
Byzantine) Empire, as well as the nations and states that inherited culturally from
it was also called the “New Rome,” owing to the city's new status as political
capital of the Roman empire. The Christian, ultimately Greek-speaking state ruled
Byzantine art, architecture, paintings, and other visual arts produced in the
Middle Ages in the Byzantine Empire (centred at Constantinople) and in various ...
Byzantine Art (c.500-1450): Types of Orthodox Christian Arts (Mosaics, Icons and
... and Egyptian art, this style spread to all corners of the Byzantine empire, ...
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Byzantine art is the art of the Eastern Roman Empire. Constantine, the first
Christian emperor of the Roman Empire, moved his capital from Rome to the old
Providing a clear history of Byzantine art is especially challenging because so
little Byzantine art survived to the present day. The Byzantine Empire went ...
Byzantine architecture. The Byzantine, or Eastern Roman, Empire, began with
the foundation of Constantinople (formerly Byzantium) in AD 324 and ended with
Covers development of Byzantine Art. Includes follow-up questions and links. ...
The Byzantium Empire (Eastern section) stayed in tact over a thousand years ...
The architecture of the Byzantine Empire was based on the great legacy of
Roman formal and technical achievements. Constantinople had been purposely