Hagia Sophia: Architecture, Structure and Liturgy of Justinian's Great Church

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Thames and Hudson, 1997 - Architecture - 288 pages
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Hagia Sophia in Constantinople was the culminating architectural achievement of late antiquity. Author Rowland Mainstone draws on some 30 years' of detailed observations and critical reading to present the first authoritative account of the creation of this great masterpiece of the Byzantine world. Dr. Mainstone's drawings and superb photographs perfectly complement the text and provide a unique record. 304 Illus.

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