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- Rome of constantine and a new Rome [Roman Architecture]
- Kleiner, Diana E. E.
- Presents part of course, Roman Architecture, when Professor Kleiner presents the architecture of Constantine the Great, the last pagan and first Christian emperor of Rome, who founded Constantinople as the "New Rome" in A.D. 324. Professor Kleiner makes an impassioned case that some of the finest and most innovative Roman buildings date to the Constantinian period. Professor Kleiner asserts that the transfer of the Empire's capital from Rome to Constantinople diminished Rome's influence, at least temporarily, but not the impact of its architecture, which like the city of Rome itself, is eterna
- Educação Superior::Ciências Sociais Aplicadas::Arquitetura e Urbanismo
- Educação Superior::Linguística, Letras e Artes::Artes
- Yale University, Open Yale Courses
- Educação Superior::Ciências Sociais Aplicadas::Arquitetura e Urbanismo::História da Arquitetura e Urbanismo
- Educação Superior::Linguística, Letras e Artes::Artes::História da Arte
- Classical architecture
- Roman empire
- Roman building
- To study the architecture of Constantine the Great
- Duration: 1 h, 15 min, 33 s. To hear this resource its necessary the instalation of Quick time. Available at: <http://www.apple.com/pt/quicktime/>
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