God and Gold in Late Antiquity by Dominic Janes
By Dominic Janes
This learn explains the increase of the Christian grandeur of significant church buildings in past due antiquity and the center a long time. From the fourth century church buildings have been paid for in gold--and have been frequently embellished with it--in obvious contradiction to Christ's message of poverty and straightforwardness. past books have targeted both on artwork ancient imagery or on theological disputes. This pioneering examine employs smooth theories pertaining to imagery and allegory to let us to appreciate the traditional and medieval international view and the textual and creative legacy of that age.
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