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June 7 - June 7 Romanesque Art Not just watered down Roman...

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June 7 Romanesque Art Not just watered down Roman art Use concrete in their construction of architecture New technologies allowed for larger arches to create a large open space for worship Three aisles are used so that movement is possible outside of the service Pilgrimages were the placed in the larger churches Cluny III- was established by Benedictian monks; free from royal interference; support local economy a lot; pilgrimage is great for spreading architectural ideas; two tower front, apse, 2 transepts, more apsidal sanctuaries; 80 feet high, 550 feet long; center of the nave is 40 feet wide; planned by Abbott Clun; model it after a basilica and centrally planned church; instead of one huge space, many smaller spaces; 5 aisles-REMEMBER ST. PETERS; triforium sets of arches; first pointed arches, but most were round Church of Sant’Ambrogio- made of brick; similar to St. Peter’s- 5 aisles illusion, atrium; back to simpler plan; uses groin vaults all the way through; feels a lot shorter than
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at UNC.

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