Church Styles Boston Williams

Early Christan

a circular form, a prime example of the agriculture

oldest Latin cross church, built for an offering for the apostles

Baroque

one of the most admired buildings, some were built for competition

one of the most prominent

Romanesque

The churches were usually brightly covered with sculptures, carvings, and paintings.

The moved from wooden to stone buildings happen in this time.

Byzantine

circular or polygonal, a dome top

Marble columns and inlay, gold coffered cellings

Gothic

Grew out of the Romanesque style, churches have a pointed arch.

Very tall designs, the vaulted ceilings that went with the arches.

Credits:

Created with images by dominique Bernardini - "church" • Chiara Marra - "Messina #3" • Aarni Heiskanen - "Baroque Architecture" • valtercirillo - "assisi st francis basilica of st francis" • guy_dugas - "basilica of st martin neo-byzantine entrance" • garyullah - "Winchester cathedral"

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