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Basilica - Wikipedia

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The Latin word basilica has three distinct applications in modern English. The word was .... There were several variations of the basic plan of the secular basilica, always some kind of rectangular ...

Basilica (architecture) - definition of Basilica (architecture) by The ...

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Basilica (architecture) synonyms, Basilica (architecture) pronunciation, ... dictionary definition of Basilica (architecture). basilica plan of the 4th-century ad St.

The Early Christian Basilica

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This led to use of category of Roman building known as the Basilica. ... Review the plan of Old St. Peter's and glossary of terms included in my ARTH 109 site.

The Ancient Roman Basilica: Architecture & Overview | Study.com

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A Roman basilica is a public building that was mostly used for legal courts and business matters. Since Roman-built cities were all designed on the same plans,  ...

Basilica - New World Encyclopedia

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May 13, 2016 ... Basilica Porcia: First basilica built in Rome (184 B.C.E.), erected on the ... This was the architectural ground plan of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, ...

Medieval churches: sources and forms | Romanesque | Latin ...

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Floor plan of the Roman Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, 308-312 C.E. ( photo: Die kirchliche Baukunst des Abendlandes by Dehio and Bezold) ...

Church Anatomy | Essential Humanities

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From the Early Christian period onward, the basilica church plan remained a popular option for church architects throughout Europe. Yet the most prevalent ...

Bramante, et.al., Saint Peter's Basilica | Bramante | High ...

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Numerous architects (see below), Saint Peter's Basilica. begun 1506 completed 1626 (Vatican City) ... Top left: Bramante, plan for St. Peter's Basilica, 1506;

Roman Basilicas - Architecture of Ancient Rome - Basilica Plan ...

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This is the ruins of a Republican basilica, the Basilica Aemilia, in the Roman Forum, with the Roman Senate House and the Arch of Septimius Severus in the ...

What's a basilica, anyway? – Art and Liturgy

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Feb 19, 2016 ... After Christianity became legal under Constantine, early Christians adopted the basilican plan for their churches, replacing the throne in the ...

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basilica | architecture | Britannica.com

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Aug 14, 2008 ... Basilica, in the Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches, ... The basilica plan, with its nave, aisles, and apse, remained the basis for ...

Basilica | Define Basilica at Dictionary.com

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Basilica definition, an early Christian or medieval church of the type built especially in Italy, characterized by a plan including a nave, two or four side aisles, ...

What is a Basilica? | History Grand Rapids

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The ancient Roman floor plan of the basilica usually had three or five naves that were separated by columns. At the far end there was a raised platform for the ...