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The Romanesque Style The rebirth of monumental masonry construction in the Western World
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Romanesque thick-walled or mural construction
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Early Christian thin walled basilican church
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Rubble core and ashlar facing
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Losses: color and imagery
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St.Savin-sur-Gartempe
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Carolingian and Ottonian extending into the new millenium
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Imperial Speyer
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Before and after vaulting
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Ribbed groin vaults and alternating supports
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Vezelay, la Madeleine
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Tournous, St.-Philibert Transverse barrel vaults on diaphragm arches
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Tournous, St.-Philibert
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Unformatted text preview: The two towered facade Corvey Jumieges Dome-in-cross in western France Perigueux Venice Angouleme Churches of the Pilgrimage Route Santiago de Compostella The pilgrim’s goal Coquilles St.-Jacques Toulouse, St.-Sernin , the chevet Normandy and ribbed vaulting experiments Caen, St.-Etienne William the Conqueror’s penance The logic of six part vaulting Romanesque in England Winchester Cathedral Durham Cathedral Durham and its buttresses Seven part vaulting...
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  • Winter '08
  • MacPhail
  • Durham Cathedral, Romanesque architecture, Way of St. James, Romanesque style, monumental masonry construction, goal Coquilles St.-Jacques

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