• Product Description

    RECENT RESEARCH OF ITS RUINS AND A
    CRITICAL APPROACH OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY SO FAR

    The Basilica B’ in the archaeological site of Philippi dates back to the middle, approximately, of the sixth century AD and is an enigma in the chapter in the history of architecture that concerns the Justinian period of the Greek area. The present study attempts to clarify key issues of conflicting opinions that burden the relevant literature so far and to improve our knowledge on a number of unclear elements. In this context, the fact that the Basilica B’ was never completed as a building and did not function as a temple is documented, converging with the opinion of the excavator Paul Lemerle, while, at the same time, an attempt is made to determine the Architect’s intentions regarding the design of the Basilica. Finally, the timeline of its construction phases is clarified and an attempt is made to determine the identity of the Architect who undertook its design and construction.

  • Additional information

    Weight 1050 g
    Dimensions 23,5 × 29,5 cm
    Binding

    Language

    Greek

    Pages 216
    Images 198
    Drawings
  • November 2023
Cover_BASILIKH_FILIPPON
PANAGIOTIS BITRACHAS - NIKI SALEMI - APOSTOLIA ECONOMOPOULOS

BASILICA B’ OF PHILIPPI

53,00 47,70

ISBN: 978-618-218-027-3 Categories: , , ,