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What was meant by “the white robe of churches”? ARCHITECTURE 1. What common experience made the use of stone vaults so important to Romanesque  builders? What advantage did stone vaults have over wooden roofs? 2. List four modifications made in Romanesque churches along the pilgrimage route to  accommodate the large crowds and the relics they came to see: a. b.  c.  d.  List three pilgrimage churches that had similar plans: a.  b.  c.  3. List two features of Romanesque interiors that illustrate the modular design of the  plan: a.  b.  How are the interior bays marked on the exterior 4. In what way did the views of Cistercian monks affect the buildings they built? In  formulating your answer compare Fonteney (FIG. 17-8) with Cluny III (FIG. 17-7). 5. The main drawback of barrel vaulting was:
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