General Description of the inside of the church The church of the Blessed Sacrament is about One hundred foot long and fifty foot wide. The walls are painted white. About twelve foot in from either edge of the two lengths of the church there is a row of stone pillars that each supports an arch. Above these arches the wall extends upwards to from a higher part of ceiling than under the pillars. The floor is made of wood.
In the year 586, the famous King of Babylon burned the temple and destroyed the city. a. On July 22nd there are now commemorative services held in an ancient fortress to mourn the destruction of the first temple and the exile of Babylon b. Babylon shook peoples faith i. They began thinking that maybe it is not God's fault, but their own. c. After this a long line of apocalyptic literature began i.
On the left and right walls, there are Jesus Christmas and the "three kings" to the murals and St Joseph 's sleepwalking and fled to Egypt 's relief. Hagia Sophia all the columns are the color, different patterns of marble processing. Its walls are covered with marble slabs and vaulted mosaics for a minimalist design. Archangel Gabriel and Michael 's mosaic are also found on the archway. The arched shoulder of the building is decorated with cutting practices, with black marble as the end, on which embedded precious white marble slices, flowers and birds display patterns.
The first pyramid, the Step Pyramid at Şaqqārah, was constructed during the reign of King Djoser (2630 BC-2611 BC). Egyptian pyramids are the mysteries of the Eygpt for everyone has an idea what they were used for but no one can be really sure if it is true. The Pyramids mostly served as tombs for kings and queens, but they were also places of ongoing religious activity. After a ruler died, his or her body was carefully treated and wrapped to preserve it as a mummy. According to ancient Egyptian belief, the pyramid, where the mummy was placed, provided a place for the monarch to pass into the afterlife.
The theater was not the only building damaged by this fire. The fire damaged some of the surrounding buildings. The fire of 1869 was one of the worst fires Dayton has ever seen. The original five story building was reduced to three after it was damaged by fire in 1869(Oldest Theater). The job of rebuilding took two years and it reopened on 1871 as the Music Hall (Lois).
At this point, the temple had gone through various hardships. It was a temple dedicated to Athena until being converted into a province under the Roman Empire; this made Athens lose its formal glory. In the 5th century, the Romans raided the Parthenon temple, and its statue of the Athena image was stolen by the Romans who took it to Constantinople where it was destroyed in 1204 AD during crusades. Even after the Roman looting, the Parthenon was still in a good shape and was converted into a church during the 5th century by the Christians of Byzantine in honor of the Virgin Mary/ Parthenon Maria. Its name was also changed to the church of Theotokos.
A keeper, similarly to a curator, would oversee the temple activities. In addition, an early example of conservation is documented by the placement of oil vats by ivory statues to prevent drying out and cracking. At the Treasury of the Athenians at Delphi, votive objects were stored for the purpose of conservation. Documenting exhibition is the site at Propileo. On the right side, there is a library, and on the left, a pinakotheke, which are panel paintings open to the public.
The Great Mosque of Algiers has a four-sided veranda measuring about 38*46 meter. Different reaches have proved that in 1097 the mosque was structured, in 1332 the minarets were added in the northwestern corner of the mosque and corridor was placed around the mosque in 1840. There are eleven sections of mosques and stonework columns are there to support each section of the mosque. These columns are decorated by Moorish Arches (Inclined roofs). The mosque is square in shape and it’s interior is composed of a series hallways, rooms and passages with the shared theme of archways and pillars throughout the building.
In 447 Pericles, the king of Athens began to restore Athens to its original state (Nardo). He also had a man by the name of Ictinus design the Parthenon, the T... ... middle of paper ... ...e Annunciation from the Christian faith (Hopper). Unfortunately, in the 1687 explosion of the Parthenon, they were mostly destroyed. CONCLUSION Through its art and unique design, the Parthenon has had an effect on the world over the past centuries. Many modern buildings are designed to look like it from the style of its columns to the materials used.