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Sió Hagia Sophia

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Sió Hagia Sophia tshing-tsin-sī
(Küçük Ayasofya Camii)

Northeast (áu-phiah) view of Little Hagia Sophia in 2013
Chong-kàu
Chong-kàu

Sunni Islam (bo̍ktsên);

Greek Orthodox (original)
khai-kong nî

between 1506 and 1513 (Islam);

c. 536 (Christianity)
Só͘-chāi
Só͘-chāi Türkiye İstanbul
Kiàn-tio̍k
Kiàn-tio̍k-su Isidorus of Miletus, Anthemius of Tralles (attributed)
Lūi-hêng kàu-tn̂g
Hong-keh Byzantine
Chhòng-sin 532
Oân-kang 536
Siông-chêng
Minaret 1
Châi-liāu

brick, granite, marble, verd antique

Part of Historic Areas of Istanbul
Criteria Cultural: i, ii, iii, iv
Reference 356
Inscription 1985 (Tē-9 session)

Sió Hagia Sophia tshing-tsin-sī (kàu-tn̂g) (ing-gú: Little Hagia Sophia Mosque; türk-gú: Küçük Ayasofya Camii), guân-lâi sī Saints Sergius hām Bacchus kàu-tn̂g (Hellēnikḗ-gú: Ἐκκλησία τῶν Ἁγίων Σεργίου καὶ Βάκχου ἐν τοῖς Ὁρμίσδου, Ekklēsía tôn Hagíōn Sergíou kaì Bákchou en toîs Hormísdou), sī tsi̍t-king khah-tsá sī Elláda tang-tsìng-kàu kàu-tn̂g, kiong-hōng Constantinople ê Saints Sergius and Bacchus, kiàn-li̍p tī 532-nî tsì 536-nî tsi-kan, teh Osman tè-kok kî-kan kái-kiàn tsò Tshing-tsin-sī.[1]

Tsit-king kèn-iú tiong-iong îñ-tíng siat-kè ê Byzantine iūñ-sik kèn-tio̍k sī-iû Justinian tī 6 sè-kí sóo kiàn-tsō. Tō-sǹg-kóng i-ê Türkiye bîng-tshing [en], tsit-king kèn-tio̍k khó-lîng m̄ sī "Hagia Sophia tuā kàu-tn̂g" ("Sîn-sìng tì-huī") ê bôo-hîng, i-ê kèn-tio̍k kho-sī tong-tāi-ê; m̄-kù i iû-guân sī Istanbul siong tiōng-iàu ê tsá-kî Byzantine kèn-tio̍k tsi it.[2] Procopius tong-sî jīn-uî i sī kui-ê siâñ-tshī ê tsong-sik-phín,[3] tsi̍t-uī hēn-tāi Tang Lô-má tè-kok li̍k-sú ha̍k-ka án-ne siá tsit-king kàu-tn̂g: "Pîn-tsià i kiàn-tio̍k ê to̍k-tshong-sìng hām tiau-khik tsong-sik ê kik-hua-phùn, teh Constantinople kīn-tshù-î St Sophia pún-sin".[4]

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  1. Bardill, Jonathan (2017). "The Date, Dedication, and Design of Sts. Sergius and Bacchus in Constantinople". Journal of Late Antiquity (ēng Eng-gí). 10 (1): 85–86. doi:10.1353/jla.2017.0003. ISSN 1942-1273. 
  2. Bardill, Jonathan (2017). "The Date, Dedication, and Design of Sts. Sergius and Bacchus in Constantinople". Journal of Late Antiquity (ēng Eng-gí). 10 (1): 62–130. doi:10.1353/jla.2017.0003. ISSN 1942-1273. 
  3. Procopius, De Aedificiis, I.4.3–8. Procopius was describing both the Church of Saints Sergius and Bacchus and the conjoined Church of Saints Peter and Paul.
  4. Norwich (1988), p. 531

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