Byzantium in the Iconoclast Era (C. 680-850): The Sources: by Leslie Brubaker, John F. Haldon

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It is tempting to see an evolutionary process here, with one building type providing the impetus for the next stage of development. In a long process of experimentation, something like this must have occurred, but the process of transformation was neither neat nor linear, and other factors must be taken into consideration. Often omitted from the discussion is the importance of scale. Following the changes in patronage and worship during this period, churches became smaller and more centralized, accommodating smaller congregations and a more static liturgy.

Y. Otuken and R. Ousterhout, `Notes on the monuments of Turkish Thrace', 30 Anatolian Studies 39 (1989) 138-42. U. Peschlow, `Die Architektur der Nikolaokirche', in J. , Myra. 31 Eine lykische Metropole in antiker and byzantinischerZeit (Berlin 1975), 303-59; Y. Otiken, `Demre, Aziz Nikolaos Kilisesi Kazisi', in Kazi Sonuclart Toplantisc (annual reports, Ankara 1992-99), for ongoing excavations at the site. 29 MATERIAL CULTURE 10 Bari who stole the body in 1087. It remains unclear where within the rather complicated building the venerated tomb was located.

Only the bema of this phase survives. It is very tentatively dated by coin finds to after 687. Construction blocked the exposed mosaic of the Presentation, recommending the beginning of iconoclasm as a terminus ante quern. 58 It had an atrium and rested on Hellenistic foundations. 59 Church on Sogut adast (near Bozburun) In ruins and poorly recorded, the outline of the eastern part of the squarish plan is preserved. It is not entirely clear if it was a basilica with pastophoria or (possibly) a cross-domed church.

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