Early Byzantine architecture of the V-VIII centuries (types of temples and local schools of architecture)

The time of its highest prosperity was the first period, especially during the reign of Justinian (20-60 years of the 6th century), when Byzantium became a powerful state

Types of temples:
– Basilica
– domed basilica,
– centric church with a dome on eight pillars

Local schools of architecture:
– Constantinople (capital)
– Roman
– Eastern (Syrian)

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