2-5-08 - HISTORY 211 Different Christianities 2/5/08...

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HISTORY 211 Different Christianities 2/5/08 Valla-Ljótsaga Saga o A saying—exists orally before written down o When they were written down, Iceland became European West Norse o Things translated in vernacular, not Latin Ireland o In 1160, English king annexed Ireland o Couldn’t justify occupation as holy war because Ireland already had 500- year distinguished Christian history Gerald de Barri (+1223) o Depicts Irish as one group, despite fierce violent among clans o Says Irish aren’t Gregorian enough Gothic o Named given to specific 12 th century technology o Built upon Romanesque; worked at verticality, dramatic interior spaces o Pointed arches as opposed to Romanesque rounded Flying Buttress o Supports detached from structure of church Capetians o First patrons of Gothic style in 1140s and 1150s Notre Dame (1160-80) o Gothic architecture o Stained glass windows to illuminate o Pictures of saint-kings Our Lady of Tartus (Tortosa) o
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