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"Exploring the Magnificence of Byzantine Art and Culture" Step into the rich history of the Byzantine Empire with a captivating journey through its remarkable art

Background imageByzantine Collection: Map of The Byzantine Empire

Map of The Byzantine Empire
A map showing the extent of the Byzantine Empire - the predominantly Greek-speaking continuation of the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Date: 1800

Background imageByzantine Collection: Zodiac mosaic at the Beit Alpha Synagogue in Israel. Mosaic, 6th century

Zodiac mosaic at the Beit Alpha Synagogue in Israel. Mosaic, 6th century
MOSAIC, 6TH CENTURY. Zodiac mosaic at the Beit Alpha Synagogue in Israel. Mosaic, 6th century

Background imageByzantine Collection: Mosaic of Empress Zoe, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey, Europe

Mosaic of Empress Zoe, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey, Europe

Background imageByzantine Collection: Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A. D )

Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A. D )
Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A.D..) 5th century A.D.. Byzantine art, Museo Nazionale del Bargello (Bargello National Museum)

Background imageByzantine Collection: Map of the Byzantine Empire in the 9th Century

Map of the Byzantine Empire in the 9th Century
Vintage engraving of a Map of the Byzantine Empire in the 9th Century

Background imageByzantine Collection: Empress Theodora / Ravenna

Empress Theodora / Ravenna
EMPRESS THEODORA wife of Justinian

Background imageByzantine Collection: Deesis Mosaic. 13th c. TURKEY. Istanbul. Hagia

Deesis Mosaic. 13th c. TURKEY. Istanbul. Hagia Sophia (Basilica of St. Sophia). Detail of Christ Pantocrator. Work located at the southern side of the higher gallery. Late Byzantine art. Mosaic

Background imageByzantine Collection: Icon of Mary and saints Theodoros and Georgios with angels. 6th cent. St Catherines Monastery

Icon of Mary and saints Theodoros and Georgios with angels. 6th cent. St Catherines Monastery, Sinai. EGYPT. NOTE: This image avail. up to 100MB. Call for details

Background imageByzantine Collection: MADABA MAP, 6TH CENTURY. The Madaba Mosaic Map, the oldest known map of the city of Jerusalem

MADABA MAP, 6TH CENTURY. The Madaba Mosaic Map, the oldest known map of the city of Jerusalem, located in the Byzantine Church of Saint George at Madaba, Jordan, 6th century A.D

Background imageByzantine Collection: Justinian I (Ravenna)

Justinian I (Ravenna)
JUSTINIAN I

Background imageByzantine Collection: Our Lady of Vladimir. beg. 12th c. Icon moved

Our Lady of Vladimir. beg. 12th c. Icon moved from Constantinople to Kiev in 1136 and Vladimir in 1155. Iconographic type Eleusa or Virgin of Tenderness. Byzantine art. Tempera on wood. RUSSIA

Background imageByzantine Collection: A 12th century Byzantine mosaic of the Virgin Mary and Child, Aya Sofya

A 12th century Byzantine mosaic of the Virgin Mary and Child, Aya Sofya, Istanbul, Turkey, Europe

Background imageByzantine Collection: Last Judgement, Novgorod Icon (tempera on wood)

Last Judgement, Novgorod Icon (tempera on wood)
3469089 Last Judgement, Novgorod Icon (tempera on wood) by Russian School (15th century); 162x115 cm; Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageByzantine Collection: Sutton Hoo treasure

Sutton Hoo treasure
A double-page spread relating to the Anglo-Saxon ship burial ground discovered at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk. it was filled with many priceless treasures, a few of which are shown here

Background imageByzantine Collection: Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
The Australian War Memorial is Australias national memorial to the members of its armed forces and supporting organisations who have died or participated in wars involving the Commonwealth of

Background imageByzantine Collection: Madaba Mosaic Map, Greek Orthodox Basilica of Saint George, Madaba, Madaba Governorate

Madaba Mosaic Map, Greek Orthodox Basilica of Saint George, Madaba, Madaba Governorate, Jordan, Middle East

Background imageByzantine Collection: Empress Theodora. Basilica of Saint Vitale. Italy

Empress Theodora. Basilica of Saint Vitale. Italy
Empress Theodora I (500-548) with a court of ladies. Mosaic. 6th century. Basilica of Saint Vitale. Ravenna. Italy

Background imageByzantine Collection: Saint Michael Arcangel. Byzantine icon. XIV century. Greece

Saint Michael Arcangel. Byzantine icon. XIV century. Greece
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. ICON with Saint Michael Archangel by workshop Constantinople. Dated at XIV century. Byzantine Museum. Athens

Background imageByzantine Collection: Dusk view over Maidens Tower or Kiz Kulesi, Uskudar, Istanbul, Turkey

Dusk view over Maidens Tower or Kiz Kulesi, Uskudar, Istanbul, Turkey

Background imageByzantine Collection: The Trinity of Roublev, c1411. Artist: Andrey Rublyov

The Trinity of Roublev, c1411. Artist: Andrey Rublyov
The Trinity of Roublev, c1411

Background imageByzantine Collection: Antique map of Constantinople, present day Istanbul

Antique map of Constantinople, present day Istanbul

Background imageByzantine Collection: Christ Pantocrator (encaustic on panel)

Christ Pantocrator (encaustic on panel)
876969 Christ Pantocrator (encaustic on panel) by Byzantine School, (6th century); Monastery of Saint Catherine, Mount Sinai, Egypt; Photo eZev Radovan; out of copyright

Background imageByzantine Collection: The Effects of Good Government in the Countryside, (detail), 1338-1340. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti

The Effects of Good Government in the Countryside, (detail), 1338-1340. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti
The Effects of Good Government in the Countryside, (detail), 1338-1340. Ambrogio Lorenzetti frescoed the side walls of the Council Room (Sala dei Nove) of the City Hall (Palazzo Pubblico) of Siena

Background imageByzantine Collection: Mother of God (Glykophilousa). Crete, 15th-16th century. Nati

Mother of God (Glykophilousa). Crete, 15th-16th century. National Gallery. Prague. Czech Republic

Background imageByzantine Collection: Saint George. Byzantine icon. XIV century. Greece

Saint George. Byzantine icon. XIV century. Greece
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. Icon with Saint George made by the workshop of Constantinople. Dated at XIV century. Byzantine Museum. Athens

Background imageByzantine Collection: Duomo di Amalfi cathedral facade with bell tower, Amalfi, Italy

Duomo di Amalfi cathedral facade with bell tower, Amalfi, Italy
Duomo di Amalfi cathedral facade in Romanesque, Byzantine and Arabic styles with bell tower, Amalfi, Italy, a UNESCO Heritage site

Background imageByzantine Collection: View over city, the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and the Dnieper River, Kiev (Kyiv), Ukraine, Europe

View over city, the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and the Dnieper River, Kiev (Kyiv), Ukraine, Europe

Background imageByzantine Collection: The Holy Face, 1200-1250 (tempera on wood)

The Holy Face, 1200-1250 (tempera on wood)
5948544 The Holy Face, 1200-1250 (tempera on wood) by Russian School (13th century); 104x74 cm; Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia; Russian, out of copyright

Background imageByzantine Collection: A Byzantine Church, Daphni, Greece

A Byzantine Church, Daphni, Greece. Shoesmith, Kenneth Denton 1890 - 1939

Background imageByzantine Collection: Arabian-Byzantine coin. Coin. FRANCE. Paris

Arabian-Byzantine coin. Coin. FRANCE. Paris. National Library

Background imageByzantine Collection: Siege of Constantinople

Siege of Constantinople
SIEGE OF CONSTANTINOPLE The Turks under Sultan Mehmed II besiege the Byzantine capital; both sides use Greek Fire against the other

Background imageByzantine Collection: Africa, Ethiopia

Africa, Ethiopia
Jordan, Madaba. Mosiac portrait of Jesus Christ in sanctuary of Greek Orthodox Church of St. George, Madaba, Jordan

Background imageByzantine Collection: Russia / 968 / Bulgarians

Russia / 968 / Bulgarians
A Russian force, led by Svyatoslav, Prince of Kiev, hired at great expense by Byzantine emperor Nicephorus II Phocas, defeats the Bulgarian armies

Background imageByzantine Collection: Palace of the Normans. Byzantine mosaics at the Palatine Cha

Palace of the Normans. Byzantine mosaics at the Palatine Cha
Italy. Sicily. Palerm. Palace of the Normans. Byzantine mosaics at the Palatine Chapel. Christ with Saint Peter and Paul above the throne stage. 12 th century

Background imageByzantine Collection: Cross-section of Saint Marks Basilica in Venice, Italy

Cross-section of Saint Marks Basilica in Venice, Italy
VENICE: SAINT MARK S. Cross-section of Saint Marks Basilica in Venice, Italy

Background imageByzantine Collection: Portrait of Roman Emperor Majorian

Portrait of Roman Emperor Majorian
Roman Emperor Majorian, 420-461. Flavius Julius Valerius Majorianus, Western Roman Emperor. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy, Francois Salma

Background imageByzantine Collection: The Good Shepherd, lunette from above the entrance (mosaic)

The Good Shepherd, lunette from above the entrance (mosaic)
XIR83460 The Good Shepherd, lunette from above the entrance (mosaic) by Paleo-Christian, (5th century); Oratorio di Galla Placidia, Ravenna, Italy; out of copyright

Background imageByzantine Collection: Map of the Muslim expansion and the Byzantine Empire at the end of the Umayyad Caliphate, in 750

Map of the Muslim expansion and the Byzantine Empire at the end of the Umayyad Caliphate, in 750. From Historical Atlas, published 1923

Background imageByzantine Collection: Byzantine Emperor Constantine IV (652-658) and his retinue

Byzantine Emperor Constantine IV (652-658) and his retinue
Constantine IV (652-685). Byzantine Emperor from and his retinue granting privilege to the Ravennate church. Mosaic. Basilica of Sant Apollinare in Classe. Ravenna. Italy

Background imageByzantine Collection: Byzantine art. Greece. Virgin Hodegetria. Icon. Greece

Byzantine art. Greece. Virgin Hodegetria. Icon. Greece
Byzantine art. Greece. Virgin Hodegetria. Icon from the church of Agios Demetrios tou Kolla. Dated to the mid-sixteenth century. Byzantine Museum. Zante. Ionian Islands

Background imageByzantine Collection: Basil II, surnamed the Bulgar-slayer (958-1025). Byzantine

Basil II, surnamed the Bulgar-slayer (958-1025). Byzantine emperor (976-1025) from de Macedonian Dynasty. Detail from the Menologion of Basil II. 10th Century. Miniature. Vatican Apostolic Library

Background imageByzantine Collection: GREECE. Daphni. Dapni Monastery. Christ Pantocrator

GREECE. Daphni. Dapni Monastery. Christ Pantocrator inside the dome (early Comnenian period, ca. 1100). Byzantine art. Mosaic

Background imageByzantine Collection: Allegory of the Good Government, 1338-1340. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti

Allegory of the Good Government, 1338-1340. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti
Allegory of the Good Government, 1338-1340. Ambrogio Lorenzetti frescoed the side walls of the Council Room (Sala dei Nove) of the City Hall (Palazzo Pubblico) of Siena

Background imageByzantine Collection: Byzantine icon. Crucifixion. 9th-13th century. Byzantine Mus

Byzantine icon. Crucifixion. 9th-13th century. Byzantine Mus
Byzantine art. Eastern Roman Empire. Icon. Crucifixion. 9th-13th century. Byzantine Museum. Athens. Greece. Date: 20070529

Background imageByzantine Collection: Street lamp at Basilica San Marco (Saint Marks Cathedral), Venice, Veneto, Italy

Street lamp at Basilica San Marco (Saint Marks Cathedral), Venice, Veneto, Italy

Background imageByzantine Collection: Detail of Mosaic Floor in Basilica San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy

Detail of Mosaic Floor in Basilica San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy
Detail view of mosaic floor in Basilica (Church) of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy. Early Christian Byzantine Art and Architecture. Unesco World Heritage Site

Background imageByzantine Collection: Emperor Justinian and his Court. ca. 547. ITALY

Emperor Justinian and his Court. ca. 547. ITALY. Ravenna. San Vitale. Early Byzantine art. Mosaic

Background imageByzantine Collection: Syria, Homs Governate, Palmyra. Funerary Temple and Arab Citadel

Syria, Homs Governate, Palmyra. Funerary Temple and Arab Citadel



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"Exploring the Magnificence of Byzantine Art and Culture" Step into the rich history of the Byzantine Empire with a captivating journey through its remarkable art and architecture. The map of the Byzantine Empire reveals its vast expanse, stretching from Ravenna to Istanbul, showcasing its influence on both Europe and Asia. Marvel at Empress Theodora, a powerful figure who left an indelible mark on Byzantine society. Her legacy is beautifully depicted in the Deesis Mosaic found in Istanbul's Hagia Sophia, where she stands alongside other saints in prayerful devotion. Transport yourself to ancient times as you gaze upon a 12th-century mosaic portraying the Virgin Mary and Child within Aya Sofya. This masterpiece captures the essence religious art with intricate details and vibrant colors that still mesmerize viewers today. The Last Judgement Novgorod Icon takes us further into this empire's spiritual realm. Painted with tempera on wood, it depicts scenes from biblical narratives while showcasing exquisite craftsmanship that reflects their deep faith. Justinian I, one of Byzantium's most influential emperors, comes alive through his connection to Ravenna. Discover his impact on this Italian city as you explore his architectural contributions that have stood for centuries. Delve into astrology as you encounter the Zodiac mosaic at Israel's Beit Alpha Synagogue. Dating back to the 6th century, this stunning artwork showcases how diverse influences shaped Byzantine culture. Iconography continues to captivate us with an icon featuring Mary alongside saints Theodoros and Georgios at St Catherine's Monastery. Created in the 6th century, it exemplifies Byzantium's devotion to spirituality through intricate brushwork and delicate detailing. Traveling eastward brings us to Madaba Governorate where we find another treasure: The Madaba Mosaic Map within Saint George Greek Orthodox Basilica. This extraordinary piece offers insights into geography during early Christianity, showcasing Byzantine craftsmanship at its finest.