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INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL ONLINE JOURNAL
ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

3(44) 2018


Article INFORMATION-LOGICAL AND HISTORICAL CONTENT OF THE TERM ARCHETYPE FOR THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH
Authors

N. Petrov-Spiridonov, Moscow Institute of Architecture (State Academy), Moscow, Russia

Abstract The article presents a brief study of ideas about the architectural content of the concept of the archetype of the Orthodox Church. A logical comparison of the architectural concept of the archetype with the basic concept of the icon image as the basis of Orthodox Church art presented. The article shows correlative connections in the development of the concept of image in the history of Church architecture. The conclusion about the plurality of variants of information content of a single basic concept of "the archetype of the Orthodox Church" in relation to the modern evolution of temple architecture in Russia done. Confirmed previously suggested the possibility of selection in the common archetype of an Orthodox temple of the four branches of information.
Keywords: architectural typology, archetype of the Orthodox Church, history of the Church architecture of Russia, the Orthodox icon, Church image, European religious architecture
article Article (RUS)
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For citation

Petrov-Spiridonov N. Information-Logical and Historical Content of the Term Archetype for the Russian Orthodox Church. Architecture and Modern Information Technologies, 2018, no.3(44), pp.124-146. Available at: http://marhi.ru/eng/AMIT/2018/3kvart18/07_petrov/index.php