Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_041510

Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_041510 - TEST MOVED...

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TEST MOVED TO NEXT THURSDAY (4/22) Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris - Isles on side large columns supporting it, tall and thin in central vessel - Very extended space with stalls in wood around altar itself - Buttresses: exterior supports Map - Constantinople falls to a subversion of the 4 th crusade o Controls city but not rest of the territory o Basically venetians and crusaders looted the city, but still needed more money 1219 Latin Emperor pawned the relics of the passion of Christ—crown of thorns; to venetians (suppose to be loan but can pay them back) so venetians sold it to King Louis IX - King Louis dies (1270s) on crusade and has to be returned to France St- Chapelle - Extraordinary sense of glass enclosures (all colored glass) - Cross section - Reliquary kept in upper chapel (would have been above the altar) o Could turn cross around and actually take them out o One person who did take them out was the King because they were “his” personal relics in a sense o Removed at the time of the French Revolution and actual relics are now gone
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2010 for the course ARTH 167 taught by Professor Lawrencepneesjr. during the Spring '10 term at University of Delaware.

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