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Oxford English Dictionary:
Romanesque means
origin …
"descended from
Roman”
* built in France, Germany
and Italy between AD 1000
and 1200
* known in Britain as
Norman Style
Roman architecture
The French term :
It was first used by an
archaeologist
Charles de Gerville in a letter of 18
December 1818 to Auguste Le
...
• an architectur
al
style of mediev
al
Europe charact
erized by
semi-
circular arches
• was the first distinctive style to...
Characteristics of a Romanesque
Architecture :
• Semi –circular arches
• Use of different vaults
• Buttresses
• Thick wall...
Semicircular
Arches
Buttress (Contrafuerte)
- an architectural
structure built
against or projecting
from a wall
Romanesque Architecture
• Generally of flat square
profile and do not project
a great deal beyond the
wall.
Different Vaults
* Thick walls
Classical period
Medieval period
Columns are good at handling vertical
forces
Piers are good at
handling vertical
forces
Decorative
Arcading
Gothic Architecture :
• flourished during the high and late
medieval period
• known during the period as Opus
Francigenum ...
Characteristics of Gothic Architecture• Grew out of Romanesque architecture
• Called Gothic by people during the Renaissan...
Characteristics of a Gothic
Architecture :
* Grand, Tall Designs, Which Swept
Upwards With Height and Grandeur.
* The Flyi...
*This menacing gargoyle in
Munich is a great example of
gothic architecture.
*Back in the
1100s-
1200s,
building skills
we...
1. Grand, Tall
Designs, Which
Swept Upwards
With Height and
Grandeur.
Gothic Architecture :
2. The Flying Buttress
It resist the
lateral forces
pushing a wall
outwards
The Flying Buttress
3. The Pointed Arch
a pointed
arch
produces
less thrust
at the base
4. The Vaulted
Ceiling
5. The Light and
Airy Interior
6. The Gargoyles of
Gothic Architecture
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanesque_architecture
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothic_architecture
Google Images
Romanesque and Gothic Architecture (Analysis, Info etc.)
Romanesque and Gothic Architecture (Analysis, Info etc.)
Romanesque and Gothic Architecture (Analysis, Info etc.)
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Romanesque and Gothic Architecture (Analysis, Info etc.)

  1. 1. Oxford English Dictionary: Romanesque means origin … "descended from Roman”
  2. 2. * built in France, Germany and Italy between AD 1000 and 1200 * known in Britain as Norman Style Roman architecture
  3. 3. The French term : It was first used by an archaeologist Charles de Gerville in a letter of 18 December 1818 to Auguste Le Prévost
  4. 4. • an architectur al style of mediev al Europe charact erized by semi- circular arches • was the first distinctive style to spread across Europe since the Roman Empire
  5. 5. Characteristics of a Romanesque Architecture : • Semi –circular arches • Use of different vaults • Buttresses • Thick walls • Latin cross plan, with several side ,aisles separated by arcades and semicircular arches
  6. 6. Semicircular Arches
  7. 7. Buttress (Contrafuerte) - an architectural structure built against or projecting from a wall
  8. 8. Romanesque Architecture • Generally of flat square profile and do not project a great deal beyond the wall.
  9. 9. Different Vaults
  10. 10. * Thick walls
  11. 11. Classical period Medieval period
  12. 12. Columns are good at handling vertical forces Piers are good at handling vertical forces
  13. 13. Decorative Arcading
  14. 14. Gothic Architecture : • flourished during the high and late medieval period • known during the period as Opus Francigenum ("French work") • began in mid-18th-century England, spread through 19th-century Europe and continued, largely for ecclesiastical and university structures, into the 20th century.
  15. 15. Characteristics of Gothic Architecture• Grew out of Romanesque architecture • Called Gothic by people during the Renaissance who viewed Gothic as being crude and backward like the Goths who invaded Rome The 3rd-century Great Ludovisi sarcophagus depicts a battle between Goths and Romans.
  16. 16. Characteristics of a Gothic Architecture : * Grand, Tall Designs, Which Swept Upwards With Height and Grandeur. * The Flying Buttress * The Pointed Arch * The Vaulted Ceiling * The Light and Airy Interior * The Gargoyles of Gothic Architecture
  17. 17. *This menacing gargoyle in Munich is a great example of gothic architecture. *Back in the 1100s- 1200s, building skills were extremely limited. Stone castles were rudimentary - dark, cold, and damp.
  18. 18. 1. Grand, Tall Designs, Which Swept Upwards With Height and Grandeur.
  19. 19. Gothic Architecture : 2. The Flying Buttress It resist the lateral forces pushing a wall outwards
  20. 20. The Flying Buttress
  21. 21. 3. The Pointed Arch a pointed arch produces less thrust at the base
  22. 22. 4. The Vaulted Ceiling
  23. 23. 5. The Light and Airy Interior
  24. 24. 6. The Gargoyles of Gothic Architecture
  25. 25. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanesque_architecture https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothic_architecture Google Images

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