Ottonian Art - OttonianArt(10thcenturyGermany)

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1 Ottonian Art (10 th  century Germany) Examine the architecture associated with the Ottonians, its  formal origins and its later influence. Understand the architectural and free standing sculptural  traditions of the Ottonians. Compare and contrast Ottonian and Carolingian art Examine the styles of the Ottonian illuminated  manuscripts.
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2 Architecture of the Ottonians Examine the architecture, its formal origins and its later  influence.
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3 Figure 16-21   Nave of the church of Saint  Cyriakus, Gernrode, Germany, 961–973. 
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4 Figure 16-22   Saint Michael’s, Hildesheim, Germany, 1001–1031. 
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5 Figure 16-23   Longitudinal  section ( top ) and plan  ( bottom ) of the abbey church  of Saint Michael’s,  Hildesheim, Germany, 1001– 1031. 
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Nave (looking east) of Saint Michael’s, Hildesheim, 1001–1031. 6
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Ottonian Art - OttonianArt(10thcenturyGermany)

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