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15.Romanesque2-rev-1 - St Foy tympanum sculpture 1...

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St. Foy: tympanum sculpture 1
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historiated capitals – biblical stories for the illiterate worshipper 2
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Ste. Foy, plan ambulatory = path, with chapels, around the outside of the apse 3
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St. Foy chevet 4
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Ste Foy: interior and section 5
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Ste Foy: vaults 6
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Romanesque pilgrimage church plans St. Sernin, Toulouse plan lower left above 7
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Santiago de Campostela : nave and portal 8
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Romanesque Architecture 2 - Norman Architecture and Italian Regionalism 9
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The NORMANS : Norse invaders settled first in Normandy , later conquered England , southern Italy & Sicily NORMANDY 10
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Bayeux Tapestry records the invasion of England in 1066 under King William the Conquerer 11
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Abbey of Jumièges, Normandy, 1040-1067 Ste. Foy, Conques , 1050, above 12
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Jumièges tripartite nave wall: arcade - gallery - clerestory 13
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BAY BAY BAY BAY BAY BAY BAY BAY BAY BAY THE STRUCTURAL BAY 14
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center bay side bay side bay bay bay bay Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine : structural bays 15
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NAVE ELEVATION OF JUMIEGES : nave arcade (lowest level) gallery or triforium or tribune (middle);
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