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32). Gregory Amphilochius sometime between 379 and 594 furnishes important and conclusive evidence regarding the shape and construction of domical martyria in the fourth to In century. describing the rnartyrium which he was undertaking to build at Nyssa he writes, "Above the eight apses the octagon will rise. , 157. ; Birnbaum, op. , fig. 63) interprets Gregory as saying that it was a geometrically conical roof, and his plan (Fig. chap. 39, 267. 65 Grabar, Martyrium, Watzinger, Denk. , n, 133, A.
On the eternal memorial of an immortal kosmokrator the dome, surmounted by the celestial eagle (Figs. 17-21), had a heavenly implication which appealed to all those who by the fourth century had 45 corne to visualize the Saviour in all the conventional terms of a divine imperator. Therefore, the domical tomb, as a glorified tegurium and cosmic dwelling which occurs so frequently during the Constantinian period on the coinage as an aeterna memoria and from the time of Diocletian became the standard mausoleum of Western and Early Byzantine emperors, was the only form under which Constantine could 46 recognize a heavenly master.
Describing the rnartyrium which he was undertaking to build at Nyssa he writes, "Above the eight apses the octagon will rise. , 157. ; Birnbaum, op. , fig. 63) interprets Gregory as saying that it was a geometrically conical roof, and his plan (Fig. chap. 39, 267. 65 Grabar, Martyrium, Watzinger, Denk. , n, 133, A. Birnbaum, "Die Oktagone von Anti- und Nyssa/' Rep. f. , xxxvi, 1913, 207. 67 Keil in Strzygowski, Kleinasien, 94. n. 4. 68 See Chap, n n. 25 and Chap, iv n. 41. ochia, Nazianz 27), based upon Gregory's description, turally inexplicable columns.
Dome: A Study in the History of Ideas (Princeton Monographs in Art and Archaeology) by Earl Baldwin Smith