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Early Christian art and architecture or Paleochristian art is the art produced by Christians or ... Early Christians also developed their own iconography, for example, such symbols as the fish (ikhthus), were not borrowed from pagan iconography.

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This 1925 article by Fr. McCaffrey offers a "survey of the gradual development of Christian architecture as a whole down to the period of its final perfection in the ...

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By the beginning of the fourth century Christianity was a growing mystery religion in the cities of the Roman world. It was attracting converts from different social ...

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The Early Christian period saw the growth of Christianity, effectively an ... Early Christian Architecture: basilical church developed from Roman secular basilica; ...

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May 6, 2014 ... The development of Christian architecture in general proved beneficial in establishing new norms, new construction features, new materials, ...

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Jan 6, 2015 ... History of Early Christian architecture period. ... and for the next two centuries architectural development was practically at a standstill in Europe ...

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A distinct type of Christian art and architecture was evolved in Egypt (see Coptic art). In the eastern part of the Roman Empire the development of the Early ...

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Early Christian Architecture. ( Originally Published Early 1900's ). DURING the first three centuries of the Christian era the new religion, though despised and ...

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Christianity could be a dangerous calling during the faith's early years. Prior to the fourth century, Christian rites were often conducted discretely in homes or ...