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Early Christian and Byzantine Art

Hi, so now we move on… I hope you’d do well in the quiz. For now, I am posting a number of power point presentations through 4shared 🙂

Here is the link for the second report:

http://www.4shared.com/document/ZZI8–xL/EarlyChristianByzantine.html

Here are the links for the different power point presentations I have made, on Early Christian Art, the Book of Kells and the Benedictine Monastery of Monte Cassino (The Monte Cassino is something relevant to you as the Benedictine Rule still applies today, even to our school) :

http://www.4shared.com/file/63X7qY3z/Early_Christian_Art.html

http://www.4shared.com/file/arB_BOO8/Book_of_Kells.html

http://www.4shared.com/file/4BxApBVP/The_Abbey_of_Montecassino.html

Here are power point presentations that I downloaded online. It is also helpful in our study of Early Christian and Byzantine art, and as we also start the study of Early Middle Ages:

http://www.4shared.com/document/Lu2-3IOJ/Charlemagne.html

http://www.4shared.com/document/T2UhYSAc/MedievalSummary.html

http://www.4shared.com/document/nGSw4F-Z/Charlemagne_and_the_Middle_Age.html

So, I’ll see you in class. Study well 🙂


			

4 comments on “Early Christian and Byzantine Art

  1. Pauline Dimla
    July 18, 2011

    Ma’am, the second link isn’t working, may I ask for it to be sent again? Thank you.

  2. Pauline
    July 18, 2011

    Ma’am, the second report link cannot be downloaded.. may I ask for it to be sent again? Thank you 🙂

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