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The broad, semicircular apse is pierced by three windows. Most distinctive is the masonry, which alternates bands of brick and stone, including bands of reticulate stonework. " Kilise Mescidi, Amasra Smaller but similar to the Fatih Camii, the second church at Amasra is also a single-aisled basilica. , including a narthex covered by three groin vaults. The mural masonry is also similar, alternating brick and stone courses, including a band of reticulate. D. Kuban, Kalenderhane in Istanbul. The Buildings (Mainz 1997) 45-58.
56 Mango and Sevicenko, `Churches and Monasteries', 242-8; Ruggieri, L'architettura religiosa, 105-7. " Only the bema of this phase survives. It is very tentatively dated by coin finds to after 687. Construction blocked the exposed mosaic of the Presentation, recommending the beginning of iconoclasm as a terminus ante quern. 58 It had an atrium and rested on Hellenistic foundations. 59 Church on Sogut adast (near Bozburun) In ruins and poorly recorded, the outline of the eastern part of the squarish plan is preserved.
Thou art] wonderful in righteousness. 89 for the enkainia (dedication or anniversary of the dedication) Hagia Sophia, Constantinople In the room over the southwest ramp at Hagia Sophia, the mosaic decoration either side of a now-blocked of the south tympanum shows two medallions, one on window (fig. 10). These contain gold crosses, with flared ends from which extend teardrop-shaped motifs, set against concentric circles of blue cubes. The crosses are in form virtually identical to that at Hagia Eirene (fig.
Byzantium in the Iconoclast Era (C. 680-850): The Sources: An Annotated Survey (Birmingham Byzantine and Ottoman Monographs 7) by Leslie Brubaker, John F. Haldon