CAS AH 111 Lecture 14: Lecture 14: Inventions- Book, Church, Pictograph, 4-6 Centuries

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10. 26. 17 / inventions- book, church, pictograph: 4-6 centuries. Edict of milan 313- constantine"s acceptance of christianity as a state of religion. Europe: an agrarian society, by the middle of the 12th c. , newly emerging towns and. Catholicism: belief system and political force cities. Pope: head of the church = the bishop of rome same tier as the most powerful, richest secular rules combated the seven deadly sins in society. Mons and objects made for church= instruct, reinforce belief system. Mission was to communicate doctrine and biblical narratives, public art. Art does for the illiterate what writing does for those who read -pope gregory (6th c. ce) 3 pivotal developments as rome transformed from a giant secular empire to religious center of christianity: transformation from complex images to signs/symbols the invention of the church as an architectural form the invention of the book. 313 ce= constantine made christianity a state religion; christians had often been persecuted for their beliefs.

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