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Romanesque Art in Europe Study Guide Stokstad Chapter 15, pgs 471-511 Gardner Chapter 12, pgs 378-413 Vocabulary Ambulatory Apse Aquamanile Archivolts Bailey Baldachin Buttresses Campanile Chevrons Choir Cloth of honor Compound pier Corbel tables Cruciform Donjon (keep) Embroidery Fresco Galleries Glazing Groin vaults Jambs Lantern Lectionary Lunette Mandorla Moat Niello Portal Pseudo kufic Quadrant Vaulting Rosette Sanctuary Stringcourses Squinches Tomb effigies Trumeau Tympanum Undercutting Voussoirs Historical Evidence 1. Explain the feudal system. 2. What type of relationship existed between the church and state? Why would it have been successful? 3. When was the first crusade? What was its outcome? What influence did the crusades have on the West?
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Interpretation and Meaning 1. How did the builders alter the basilican shape in order to accommodate the influx of pilgrims? In what part of the basilica did the laity worship as opposed to the priests and monks?
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  • Spring '11
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  • Romanesque architecture, Romanesque art, Romanesque church portal, Romanesque wall painting, Romanesque manuscript pages, effigies Trumeau Tympanum

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