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What the scholars of Renaissance art had to say about Romano-Byzantine mosaics. The mosaic floor of the upper porch of the Cathedral of St. John in Ephesus, Turkey, is one of the greatest survivals of Byzantine art. In Renaissance Italy, however, other mosaic floors, similar to this one but much smaller, were much more often mentioned, the so-called Imperial floors. These small floor panels with white and brown and green patterns that were placed in churches, including most of the Roman churches, were called “mosaici delle sette ali”, which means “floors with the seven colors”. These floors, however, are rather different from the “mosaici” of the imperial floors, in that they are in much smaller sizes and that they were not meant to decorate a floor but rather an altar. The earliest surviving example of these floors, however, is in the church of Santa Maria Maggiore in Ravenna (approximately 1309) and in the reconstruction that took place in the same place in 1646 after the earthquake. A series of paintings in the church by Francesco Petronio (1455-1510) and a series of mosaics of similar materials and colours in the same church, are among the earliest known representations of these floors. These floors were very popular in Ravenna and its suburbs, and some of the floors in other churches in the city were designed by the great masters of the time, such as Agnolo di Cosimo (1480-1521) and Agnolo di Cosimo’s pupil, the sculptor Girolamo Siciolante da Firenze (1504-1565). The Byzantine floor of the Upper Porch of St. John in Ephesus is considered as one of the greatest surviving Byzantine mosaics. Text and photos by Lina Balodis Source: Susan Schreiber, The Mosaic of St John in the Porch of the Ephesian Cathedra, Echos of Byzantium, Vol. 3, 2002, p. 97-103.In addition to my contributions to the upcoming Language Party workshop, I’ve been involved in the design process for an upcoming update to the game (as opposed to a new game). The new characters, mechanics, and art style were designed by Ethan Roberts, and Matt Brown has been doing a lot of work on




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