07.romanesque.2 - San Miniato More cellular compartments...

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Romanesque in Italy The classical sub-stratum
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Free- standing campanile or bell tower
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Lombardy Milan, S. Ambrogio
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Old St Peter’s: an Early Christian atrium / basilica
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The “domical” effect
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Tuscany Temple fronts and revetments
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Pisa, the Duomo
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The baptistery
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The campanile
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Florence, the Baptistry
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Unformatted text preview: San Miniato More cellular compartments … The evolution to Gothic Abbot Suger at St.-Denis in the Ile de France The site in 1140 The new chevet and the old foundations Romanesque round and Gothic pointed vaulting How far it can lead …...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ARCH 324 taught by Professor Macphail during the Winter '08 term at Wentworth Institute of Technology.

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07.romanesque.2 - San Miniato More cellular compartments...

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