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Romanesque A key style of the Early Medieval Textbook pp. 145-151

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Fontenay Abbey, 1139-47 not in content

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Poitiers, mid 12 th c. not in content

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Some definitions Romanesque – compositional style in vogue somewhere around 1050 and 1200, comprising of semi-round curves, moderately huge dividers bolstered by supports, and thusly littler openings for regular light. The Romanesque style developed as quickly as the Gothic which supplanted it, and notwithstanding the Romanesque inside\'s notoriety for misery, extraordinary asylums, for example, Vezelay and Autun accomplish a softness and a glow which equal those of the principal Gothic buildings. Term authored around 1825. 900-1200. In design the Romanesque is encapsulated by the utilization of the round curve and obviously substantial development. In painting and figure structures are frequently expressively bended to pass on religious feeling. [Textbook] the medieval imaginative style of c. 900-1200, in design described by the utilization of adjusted curves, burrow vaults, and different elements of Roman engineering (consequently the name "Romanesque") Note that Roman authenticity is not part of the Romanesque style.

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St. Sernin see content p. 148-149

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St. Sernin

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inside, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32 Some impacts from the Islamic world . . .

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Great Mosque of Cordoba, inside Spain c. 736

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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38

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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38

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Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32 tympanum see content p. 131, 151

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The Romanesque way to deal with the human structure

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Tympanum, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32 Proportions? Not in reading material

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Tympanum, left detail, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32

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Tympanum, right detail, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32

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Mystic Mill, Moses & St Paul Grinding Corn , legislative center, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32 hair "streams" into drapery of apparel Another workmanship history content deciphers this as a wine press course book, p 151

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Demon & Woman , state house, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32 serpent Not in course reading

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Gislebertus, Last Judgment, tympanum subtle element, Autun, France, c.1120-35 point of interest, p. 150 general perspective, p 131

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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38

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Visitation 11-12 th c. Spain fresco p. 146

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EARLY MEDIEVAL SUMMARY 800-1150 POLITICS – Charlemagne, Ottonian (German) emperors ARCHITECTURE – Romanesque Style, c. 900 ART – alleviation figure and a phenomenal way to deal with human structure IDEAS – The Culture of the Book; religious communities MUSIC – combination of serenade; early documentation neumes & (staff c.1000)

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BATTLE OF HASTINGS delineated in the BAYEUX TAPESTRY which we take up with FEUDALISM New Anchor Dates 1000 Musical STAFF utilized for CHANT as a part of the EARLY MEDIEVAL PERIOD in MONASTERIES 1066

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