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Gothic study images 2 - Italian Romanesque Church of San...

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Italian Romanesque
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Church of San Marco, Venice begun 1067
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Church of San Marco, Venice begun 1067
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Church of San Marco, Venice begun 1067 honors the remains of Mark the Evangelist brought to Venice from Alexandria in 828/9 Greek cross, five domes, after Justinian’s Holy Apostles in Constantinople
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San Miniato al Monte, Florence, Italy arcaded porch with temple front upper square (with blind arcade) translated into 2-D
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San Miniato al Monte, Florence Tuscan Romanesque like a Early Christian basilica exterior and interior colored marble panels
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San Giovanni, Baptistery, Florence, Italy Tuscan Romanesque Tuscan use of colored marbles architectural elements are translated into two dimensions/patterns double shelled octagonal vault
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San Giovanni, Baptistery, Florence, Italy Tuscan Romanesque
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San Giovanni, Baptistery, Florence, Italy Tuscan Romanesque
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Gothic Architecture pointed arch, ribbed vault, and flying buttress to serve verticality and divine light maximum glazing, membrane held by the exo-skeleton
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