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Carolingian Architecture
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Crucifixion with Angels and Mourning Figures Lindau Gospels 870-880
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Coronation Gospels St. Matthew 795-819
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Ebbo Gospels St. Matthew
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Charlemagne’s Palace, Aachen, Germany 792 ff.
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Charlemagne’s Palace, Aachen, Germany 792 ff. throne room derives from the basilica of Maxentius and Constantine chapel derived from San Vitale
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Palatine Chapel, Aachen, Germany Odo of Metz, architect 792-806
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Palatine Chapel, Aachen, Germany Odo of Metz, architect 792-806
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Palatine Chapel, Aachen, Germany 792-806
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Palatine Chapel, Aachen, Germany 792-806
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Palatine Chapel, Aachen, Germany Charlemagne crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III on Christmas Day 800 at Old St. Peter’s in the Vatican attempt to revive the Roman Empire centered in the north Aachen becomes a political, intellectual, and artistic center Palatine Chapel is based on San Vitale in Ravenna two chapels superimposed one upon the other separated by cornice octagonal central space surrounded by aisle and tribune gallery Clarity of Form clear divisions, clear geometry, architectural elements towered entrance overlooks atrium courtyard
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San Vitale vs. Palatine Chapel
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Palatine Chapel, Aachen, Germany 792-806 San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy 546-548
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Palatine Chapel, Aachen, Germany 792-806
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