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Part 1 Christian building prior to Constantine: the beginning of Christian architecture - A.D. 50-150, A.D. 150-250, A.D. 250-313. Part 2 The 4th century: Constantinian church building; Christian architecture in the capitals - Constantinople, Jerusalem, Antioch, Milan, Trier and Cologne, Rome. Part 3 The 5th century: the Agean coastlands - Constantinople and vicinity, the coasts of Asia Minor, Egypt, Greece and the Balkans; the inland countries - Syria, Palestine and Jordan, the high plateau of Asia Minor; the Latin West - Rome, northern Italy and southern France, Istria, eastern Venetor and Carinthia, Dalmatia, Ravenna, Africa, southern Italy, Sicily and Spain. Part 4 Early Byzantine building: the Hagia Sophia and allied buildings; standard building in the age of Justinian; the architecture of the age of Justinian in the provinces. Part 5 Church building after Justinian: the cross-domed church; the borderlands - Mesopotamia and the Tur Abdin, Egypt and Nubia, the Balkans; Bulgaria; Armenia and Georgia. Part 6 Middle Byzantine architecture from the Macedonian emperors to the Latin conquest (864-1204): the new building types and the "middle Byzantine renaissance"; development and regional styles of middle Byzantine architecture - Constantinople, northern Greece and the Balkans, Greece, Asia Minor, the Western outposts. Part 7 The end of Byzantine architecture: late Byzantine architecture - early Paleologan architecture, high Paleologan architecture, Salonica and Serbia, Bulgaria and Constantiople.