Art History Architecture

Art History Architecture - Art History Final Review...

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Art History Final Review Architecture (Romanesque) Ambulatory – the walkway around the apse Apse - niche protruding from end wall of building that contains altar.
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Transept – the arm of a cruciform church perpendicular to the nave. Nave – the central space usually flanked by aisles aisle : Open area of a church parallel to the nave and separated from it by columns or piers.
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Arcade – series of arches carried by columns/piers supporting a common wall Gallery – the story above the side aisles of a church usually overlooking the nave Barrel vault or tunnel vault : The simplest form of a vault, consisting of a continuous surface of semicircular or pointed sections. It resembles a barrel or tunnel which has been cut in half lengthwise
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: A vault produced by the intersection at right angles of two barrel (tunnel) vaults; Sometimes the arches of groin vaults may be pointed instead of round. Ribbed barrel vault –
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2008 for the course ART 110 taught by Professor Carr during the Fall '07 term at Allegheny.

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