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1 UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved. 1 Architectural History Architectural History: Romanesque Architecture

2 Architectural History: Romanesque Period2 Objectives Outline the background affecting the period. Isolate elements associated with Romanesque architecture. Identify famous Romanesque buildings. Recognize key terms from Romanesque architecture. UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

3 Architectural History: Romanesque Period3 Background Dark century in Europe Political chaos Cultural decline Violence and terror Political climate gradually stabilized Rising economic conditions Social and political order Military strength Renewal of cities UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

4 Architectural History: Romanesque Period4 Background New prosperity Cultural revival New spirit of religious enthusiasm Seemed as if the whole earth where putting on a mantle of white churches (Monk Raoul Glaber) Plurality of kingdoms emerged France England Burgandy UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

5 Architectural History: Romanesque Period5 Early Romanesque - Germany Architectural Features Antithetical tendencies Inventive vs. conservative Progressive vs. nostalgic Dome Lighting and Decoration Architectural Examples Minsert Cathedral Church of St. Gertrude St. Michael’s UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

6 Architectural History: Romanesque Period6 Minsert Cathedral © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

7 Architectural History: Romanesque Period7 Church of St. Gertrude, Nivelles © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

8 Architectural History: Romanesque Period8 St. Michael’s at Hildesheim © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

9 Architectural History: Romanesque Period9 Early Vaulted Romanesque - Burgundy Architectural Features Stone Vaulting Architectural Examples Abbey Church of Cluny UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

10 Architectural History: Romanesque Period10 Abbey Church of Cluny © 2003 Regents of the University of Minnesota of Minnesota UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

11 Architectural History: Romanesque Period11 High Romanesque - France Architectural Features Synthesis of northern and southern early Romanesque Square schematism Architectural Examples St. Etienne St. Serin St. Pierre UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

12 Architectural History: Romanesque Period12 Saint Etienne, Nevers © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

13 Architectural History: Romanesque Period13 Saint Serin, Tolouse © 2003 Regents of the University of Minnesota of Minnesota UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

14 Architectural History: Romanesque Period14 Third Abbey Church, St Pierre at Cluny © UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

15 Architectural History: Romanesque Period15 Regional Romanesque – S. Italy Architectural Features Exotic Derived from Byzantine Entangled with northern European traditions Fusion between Italian and Norman basilicas Architectural Examples Norman Cathedrals of Cefalu Norman Cathedrals of Monreale UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

16 Architectural History: Romanesque Period16 Norman Cathedrals of Cefalu © Mediterranean Studies Association (http://www.mediterraneanstudies.org/) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

17 Architectural History: Romanesque Period17 Norman Cathedrals of Monreale © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

18 Architectural History: Romanesque Period18 Regional Romanesque – N. Italy Architectural Features Varied and complex Rib faults Architectural Examples St. Maria Maggiore St. Ambrogio Church of St. Michele UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

19 Architectural History: Romanesque Period19 Saint Maria Maggiore, Lomello © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

20 Architectural History: Romanesque Period20 Saint Ambrogio, Milan © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

21 Architectural History: Romanesque Period21 Church of Saint Michele, Pavia GNU Project UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

22 Architectural History: Romanesque Period22 Regional Romanesque – Tuscany Architectural Features Polished, elegant marble structures Florentine Pisan Architectural Examples Baptistery of St. Giovanni Church of St. Miniato Pisa Cathedral UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

23 Architectural History: Romanesque Period23 Baptistery of Saint Giovanni © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

24 Architectural History: Romanesque Period24 Church of Saint Miniato al Monte © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

25 Architectural History: Romanesque Period25 Pisa Cathedral © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

26 Architectural History: Romanesque Period26 High and Late Romanesque Related Regions Germany Normandy and England Architectural Examples Speyer Cathedral St. Entienne Durham Cathedral Ely Cathedral Gloucester Cathedral UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

27 Architectural History: Romanesque Period27 Speyer Cathedral © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

28 Architectural History: Romanesque Period28 Saint Entienne, Caen © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

29 Architectural History: Romanesque Period29 Durham Cathedral © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

30 Architectural History: Romanesque Period30 Ely Cathedral © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

31 Architectural History: Romanesque Period31 Gloucester Cathedral © Frim. srl Milano (http://www.thais.it) UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.

32 Architectural History: Romanesque Period32 Vocabulary Review Calotte Cell Chancel Chevet Cloister vault Crocket Crossing Dwarf gallery Fuller Gallery Groin Lancet window Oculus Pinnacle Responds Saucer dome Skeleton construction String course Tracery Tribune UNT in Partnership with TEA. Copyright ©. All Rights Reserved.


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