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Archaeological Exploration of Sardis Reports 6

Churches EA and E at Sardis

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HARDCOVER

$90.00 • £72.95 • €81.00

ISBN 9780674504400

Publication Date: 08/03/2015

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366 pages

9 x 12 inches

272 halftones, 112 line illustrations, 8 tables

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  • Foreword
  • A Note from Grazia Buchwald
  • Summary
  • Özet
  • 1. Church EA: The Original Basilica
    • 1. Architectural Remains
    • 2. Construction
    • 3. Interior Decoration and Furnishings
    • 4. Chronology
    • 5. Comparable Evidence
    • 6. Functional Considerations and Conclusions
  • 2. Church EA: Additions, Changes, and Repairs
    • 1. The Atrium
    • 2. The Entrance Bay
    • 3. The North Courtyard
    • 4. The North Chapel
    • 5. The Northwest Unit
    • 6. The West Unit
    • 7. The Northeast and Southeast Units
    • 8. The East Building
    • 9. Church EA Changes and Repairs
    • 10. Masonry Summary
    • 11. Carved Architectural Elements
    • 12. Rooms Accessible from an Atrium
    • 13. Chronological Summary and Functional Interpretations
  • 3. Church EA: Medieval Additions, Reconstructions, and Repairs
    • 1. The West Chapel
    • 2. The Major Medieval Reconstruction
    • 3. Later Medieval Repairs and Changes
    • 4. Summary
  • 4. Church E
    • 1. Description
    • 2. Masonry Fragments
    • 3. The Foundations
    • 4. The Pseudocrypt
    • 5. The Period of Turkish Occupation
    • 6. Comparable Evidence and Chronology
    • 7. Church E Reconstruction
  • 5. Architectural Sculpture and Furnishings
    • 1. Column Bases
    • 2. Column Shafts
    • 3. Double-Engaged Columns
    • 4. Impost Blocks
    • 5. Architectural Moldings
    • 6. Doorjambs
    • 7. Closure Slabs
    • 8. Chancel Barrier Supporting Members
    • 9. Chancel Barrier Lintel Blocks
    • 10. Reconstructions of the Chancel Barriers of Churches EA and E
    • 11. Miscellaneous Carved Architectural Members
  • Tables
  • Appendix: Graves Associated with Churches EA and E [Anne McClanan]
  • Illustrations
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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