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Romanesque Art 1 (11.30.09) “Romanesque” as term goes back to the 19 th century and means “in the Roman way.” It is a label that describes the style of the period’s architecture Covers western Europe and spreads through the main pilgrimage routes leading to Santiago di Compostela in Spain New architectural features: barrel and groin vaulting in stone, ambulatory with radiating chapels to accommodate relics Round-headed windows and exterior surfaces of churches are articulated through friezes with round-headed arches
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Old S. Peter’s S. Cyriakus, 962 S. Sernin, Toulouse
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Basilica Nova, Rome (4th century)
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Basilica Nova, Rome (4th century)
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S. Sernin of Toulouse (France), 1070-1120
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Plan and nave of S. Sernin, Toulouse, 1070-1120
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Nave of S. Sernin of Toulouse
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Piers embellished with engaged half-columns=compound piers
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S. Sernin, Toulouse Old S. Peter’s, Rome
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Unformatted text preview: S. Sernin, Toulouse: ambulatory with radiating chapels Ambulatory with radiating chapels Old S. Peters BURGUNDY Model of abbey church of Cluny III (1088-1130), Burgundy (France) Plan and reconstruction of abbey church of Cluny III Different vaulting solutions in Romanesque church architecture S. Philibert at Tournus (Burgundy, France), ca. 1060 Barrel vaults perpendicular to naves axis Cathedral of Speyer (Germany), 1082-1106 Plan and interior of Cathedral of Speyer (Germany) S. Ambrose of Milan, early 12th century Atrium: S. Ambrose of Milan S. Ambrose of Milan. Interior rib groin vaulting Cathedral of Durham (England), begun 1093 Plan and interior of Durham Cathedral. Vaulting in Durham Cathedral S. Etienne of Caen (France), 1115-20 S. Etienne of Caen (France) 1115-1120 Sixpartite vaulting...
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