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ARTH 103 1nd Edition Lecture 10 Outline of Last Lecture XXVII Hiberno Saxon Viking Empires XXVIII The Carolingian Empires XXIX Mozarabic Ottonian Empires Outline of Current Lecture XXX Romanesque Art Architecture Current Lecture An intellectual revolution Holy pilgrimages would go to Northern Spain Reliquary Statue of St Foy gilding on wood with gems Contains part of St Foy s skull believed to have healing powers A martyred Saint as a child A neighboring monastery stole the relic and claimed that St Foy appeared saying that she d rather be at the neighboring monastery Reliquaries often portray what is contained inside Reconstruction drawing of the Cathedral of St James Built to hold the relic of St James who is considered to be the brother of Christ St James is beheaded in Jerusalem o Hundreds of years later his skeleton is washed up on the shores of Compostela o A shepherd found the skeleton by being led by a bright star Cathedral is huge to accommodate the overwhelming amount of pilgrims Plan of Santiago de Compostela Ambulatory walkway that goes around the perimeter of the Church o Made to view relics around the church and not to disrupt service Small chapels contained relics Transcept contains a second entrance for pilgrims Plan of Abbey Church of Notre Dame These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Multiple buildings surrounded a cloister a covered walkway Separate buildings dedicated to the convent s trade Church for the religious leaders that lived there Nave of Durham Cathedral Geometric patterns all over the columns and was painted 3 Part elevation Arcade gallery clerestory Cathedral Complex Pisa Has Byzantine elements Pisa under Islamic control until the 11th century Relatively short buildings and contain heavy decoration within Does not contain stone vaulting know the Romanesque Church portal pg 478 South Portal and Porch Priory Church of Saint Pierre Pilgrimage entrances are always located on the South or North faces of a church Church is dedicated to St Peter Carvings are inspired by Islamic art West Portal from the Cathedral of Saint Lazare Representation from the Book of Revelations especially the Last Judgment Portals were meant to instill fear so pilgrims would repent for their sins Christ is surrounded by a mandorla all over body halo Inscription is the artist s name Gislebertus it was uncommon for artists to inscribe their name o Theory is that then name inscribed is a wealthy man who funded the project Christ in Majesty Abstract style closely resembles the style portrayed in illustrated art Craft Guilds Guild Master in charge of the guild that specialized in a particular branch of trade had a journeymen and apprentices under him Journeymen an individual who has completed an apprenticeship must submit a piece of work for evaluation and then be admitted as a master Apprentice usually of young age a person who is learning the trade Virgin and Child in Majesty Christ is seated in the Virgin s lap this is known as Sedes Sapientiae translates in Throne of Wisdom During this period the Virgin was revered as a nurturing and merciful morhter Functioned as a container for holy relics Bishop Odo blessing the Feast Tapestry is 230 ft long Feast is a result of a victory at the Battle of Hastings


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