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Early Christian Art and Architecture: An Introduction by Guntram Kochan account of architecture sacred and profane, funerary art in catacombs and tombs and especially sarcophagi, the graphic arts and the various forms of art in miniature. illustrated with numerous line drawings and photographs, including ground plans and elevations of churches, actual and conjectural, and there are full descriptions of the art and architecture discussed against historical background. bibliographies.
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Archeology Studies of Early Christianity
Spaces in Late Antiquity by Juliette Dayexplore how various groups in Late Antiquity rooted their identity in special places that were imbued with meanings derived from history and tradition. demonstrate how the use and interpretation of shared spaces contributed to the self-identity of specific groups in Late Antiquity and in so doing issued challenges, and caused conflict, with other social and religious groups.