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The Norman Conquest and the Arts 1. the Bayeux Tapestry 2. castles and churches The Lives of Medieval Serfs Dante’s Divine Comedy 1. divine promise of deliverance and eternal bliss 2. spiritual pilgrimage of the Christian soul The Medieval Church 1. the church as a political institution 2. the Inquisition 3. the rise of mendicant orders The Conflict Between Church and State . The Romanesque Pilgrimage Church 1. the role of relics 2. Romanesque Sculpture The Gothic cathedral 1. “bible in stone” 2. Virgin Mary 3. Chartres Stained Glass 1. glass tapestries 2. Abbot Suger: lux nova 3. light symbolism 4. the windows at Chartres 5. Sainte Chapelle: Medieval “Jewelbox” The Black Death 1. Boccaccio’s narrative 2 Effects a. a divine warning b. art: “Dance of Death” c. economic shift d. Peasants’ Revolt Classical humanism Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance 1. least feudalized 2. commercial and financial center 3. politics of the Italian city-states 4. economic stability C. Italian Renaissance Humanism
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course HUM 2230 taught by Professor Doll during the Spring '11 term at Brevard Community College.

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