Handout 26_Early Medieval-Carolingian

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Unformatted text preview: ‐la‐Chapelle], Germany (792‐802; dedicated 805) a. Architect: Odo of Metz 3. [Carolingian] Plan for a Monastery, preserved at Abbey of St.‐Gall – St. Gall, Switzerland (ca 817) 4. [Carolingian] Monastery of the Trinity – Centula [St.‐Riquier], France (founded 790; destroyed) a. 5. 10/29/10 Patron: Abbot Angilbert [Carolingian] Abbey Church of St Vitus – Corvey, Germany (founded 822) Page 3 of 5 ARC 231/530 Fall 2010 History 1: History of World Architecture – Ancient Through Medieval School of Architecture, CALA, University of Arizona Excerpts from The Rule of St. Benedict, trans. with Introduction and Notes by Anthony C. Meisel and M. L. del Mastro (New York: Doubleday, 1975) (emphasized passages are particularly important for the medieval conception of monasticism) from the Prologue: Listen, my son, and with your heart hear the principles of your Master ... so that through the labor of obedience you may return to Him from whom you hav...
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