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Unformatted text preview: Gothic Art in Europe Study Guide Stokstad Chapter 16, pgs 513-575 Gardner Chapter 13 &amp; 19, pgs 414-461, 618-647 Vocabulary Antependia Apsidal chapels Arcades Barbicans Bar tracery Bas-de-page Battlements Bosses Buon fresco Buttress piers Cames Colonettes Column statue Crenallations Crockets Crossing Dado Drawbridge Finials Flying buttress Fresco secco Gesso Giornata Grisaille Hall church Lancets Latin-cross plan Mensa Mullions Nave Oculi Parapets Pinnacle Portal Porticullis Predella Quadripartite rib Quatrefoils Rampart Retablo Rib vaults Rood screens Rose window Sanctuary Sinopia Stockade String courses Tempera Tiercerons Transept Triforium Triptych Turrets Historical Evidence 1. What are the origins of the term Gothic? 2. Where did the Gothic style flourish as opposed to the Romanesque style? 3. What role did the Cathedral play in society? Interpretation and Meaning 1. Identify the scenes and figures portrayed on the Royal portals of Chartres. Consider how the sculptors relate the subjects to Identify the scenes and figures portrayed on the Royal portals of Chartres....
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