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Medieval Europe Hist 121: Western Civilization I Clayton Miles Lehmann
Ravenna, St Apollinare in Classe, 6 th cent (Humanities Resource; Dynamic Image)
Ravenna, San Vitale, (Leo C Curran, Dynamic Image)
Istanbul, Haghia Sophia, (HiTiT)
Jerusalem, Temple Mount and Dome of the Rock, ca 690 (Sacred Sites)
Osios Loukas, 11 th cent (Greek Ministry of Culture)
Speyer Cathedral,11 th cent (Stadt Speyer, Rice University)
Abbey Church of St Denis, (Lane Community College)
Gothic Construction: Saint-Sernin, Toulouse, and Amiens Cathedral (Rice University)
Notre Dame, Paris, : exterior (Mary Ann Sullivan), nave (Elizabeth A Peterson) Durham Cathedral, (University of Durham )
Chartres Cathedral, (Chartres, Sanctuaire du Monde)
Chartres Cathedral, Northern Rose Window, 1230s (Adrian Fletcher) Detail of window donated by the butchers’ guild (Porkopolis)
Ely Cathedral, 12 th -14 th cents (Ely Cathedral) Cambridge, King’s College Chapel, (whitelands.com)
Très riches heures du Duc du Berry. Limbourg brothers, (Univ of Chicago)
Harlech Castle, (Welsh Historic Monuments)
Crusader Caesarea, 13 th cent (CCE)
St Gall, Plan of Monastery, 9 th cent.
Mont-Saint-Michel (Office de Tourisme, Mormandie)
Abbaye, cluny III (reconstruction), c St. sernin, toulouse, france,
Late Medieval & Gothic Art. Gothic Era 1150/1400 about 250 years.
The Christian Basilica Oct. 4, Introduction The Christian Basilica : A Building Type.
Medieval Christianity and the Church ( ).
QUIZ # 2 – early Christian to Baroque Building Identifications – 10 identifications/2.5points each During the Quiz you will be given 1 1/2 minutes to look.
Medieval Manuscripts and Sculpture Oct. 16, 2012.
MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE ROMANESQUE STYLE. Main characteristics Latin cross design Round arches Massive stone walls Enormous piers or pillars Great thick.
Romanesque=Hierarchy Contemplative vs. Active Life Opposition between spiritual and secular world Contemplative life-- represented by monks and the church---monasteries.
Gothic Architecture Architectural History ACT 322 Doris Kemp.
UNIT Eight: the high middle ages. Romanesque Architecture Links to good romanesque web sites: Santiago de compostella.
GOTHIC CATHEDRALS. Center of the Medieval World The Gothic Cathedral was generally the landmark building in its town, rising high above all other structures.
WEST – MEDIEVAL Old St. Peter's Rome, begun c. 320.
Medieval Arts. Early Medieval-- Romanesque: –Symbolic, rather than realistic –No use of perspective, no use of relative sizes to indicate depth –Detail.
“ A little after the year One Thousand, basilicas began to be built throughout the known land, and especially in Italy and the Gaul territories. And because.
Basilique de St-Denis (Church of St. Denis) Near Paris Built c Marks the beginning of the Gothic style in Europe.
Art and Architecture of the Renaissance: Compare / Contrast with the Gothic and Rayonnant Periods.
Medieval Design Discussant: Anna Katrina N. Rint.
Architecture of Cathedrals. HAGIA SOPHIA APSE MOSAICS, CHURCH OF ST APOLLINAR E IN RAVENA DURIN RULE OF JUSTINIAN I.
Medieval Cathedrals. Romanesque Use of the barrel vault which allowed for a taller church Few windows Begin to use stained glass Always cruciform in.
BYZANTINE Constantine I founded a “New Rome” in the East in 324 A.D. Greek city of Byzantium was the site and he changed the name to Constantinople The.
Façade of Reims Cathedral, France. The interior of the western end of Reims Cathedral.
The Medieval World Gothic Architecture AD.
Know Your Cathedrals! Notre Dame Reims Chartres Amiens Salisbury Saint Chapelle.
CATHEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME CHARTRES, FRANCE
Early Renaissance Art Northern European/Flemish.
Guess that GOTHIC Period!. Notre Dame Cathedral HIGH FRENCH GOTHIC.
General Timeline: 509 BC -- Traditional date of founding of Roman Republic BC -- Periclean Age in Athens BC -- Life of Alexander the.
Abbey Church of St. Denis 1144 EARLY FRENCH GOTHIC The abbey is where the kings of France and their families were buried for centuries and is therefore.
Western Art and Architecture frm 300 to 1400 ad T J Osler.
Medieval Society The images in this Powerpoint are from LES TRES RICHES HEURES DU DUC DE BERRY, which is an example of a Medieval Book of Hours. This was.
15 th Century Northern Renaissance Things to Know for Did not have classical antiquity as inspiration More of an extension of Gothic art Interest in symbolism.
Gothic Art Erica Ness Moreno Valley High School. Gothic Styles French Gothic - Chartres English Gothic – Salisbury Cathedral German Gothic - Cologne Italian.
12 th and 13 th Century Gothic Art Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France, France.
Gothic Art History 12 th century – 15 th century Architecture.
The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in the Middle Ages Aim: What group had the social, political and economic power in the Middle Ages? Do Now: Based.
Gothic Art “Let there be light!” (Genesis 1:3). Spread of Gothic: black 12 th Century, red 13 th -14 th centuries.
Chapter 13 The Medieval Synthesis in the Arts. Romanesque Architecture.
The Legacy of the High Gothic Achievement: the Rayonnant Mode.
SIXTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS I.Art History: Periods & Schools B. GOTHIC ART.
Romanesque to Gothic. Romanesque Churches Refers to Roman influences –Thick walls –Columns set close together –Small windows near the tops of walls –Rounded.
Art of the Early Christians The Byzantine Empire Architecture of Islam The Gothic Era.
Late Medieval Art Art History Unit Test #2 - Part 4.
Notre Dame de Paris Ben Hu. Introduction Gothic Cathedral on eastern half of Paris Dedicated to the virgin Mary Means “Our Lady of Paris” Still used as.
Ancient Rome Hist 121: Western Civilization I Clayton Miles Lehmann.
November 2012 Last class Review Exam Prep.. The review slides and notes are meant to help you study, since you need to know something about objects in.
Gothic Cloze. The cluster of piers in the nave of Gothic Cathedrals are also called c___________ p_____. The Gothic Cathedral with two western façade.
The Gothic Cathedral. THE GOTHIC CATHEDRAL OBJECTIVES Understand the key structural components of the Gothic cathedral Explain the origins of the Gothic.
Flash Cards for Final Exam 20 of the following 36 images will be on the exam! FINAL EXAM!!!!! As the Final, you should not only be able to identify the.
Romanesque Architecture Architectural History ACT 322 Doris Kemp.
Chapter 13: Gothic Art. Warm-up Ch.13 L1 Gothic Respond to the Following: 1. Look at the 2 images below, the right is Romanesque and the left.
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