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Artistic style containing Roman and Byzantine elements.
A very tall, slender structure usually found on cathedrals.
An arch formed in a curved shape.
An arched structure that forms a ceiling or roof.
The intersection of multiple barrel vaults.
A journey to a sacred or religious place.
A place of worship which people made journeys to.
Cathedral of Saint James
A famous Romanesque cathedral located in Spain.
What themes were prevalent in Romanesque art?
Religious themes that were meant to both instruct and fascinate.
What is the difference between a ribbed vault and a groin vault?
Rib vaults are groin vaults with extra stone ribbing.
Which of the following best describes the Romanesque painting style?
simpler and more spiritual than previous styles
What was a "Pilgrimage Road?"
"Pilgrimage roads" were standard routes from one monastery to another as routes of trade, commerce, and travel.
What unusual characteristic of St. James helped make the visitors feel more welcome?
The cathedral had no doors to open and close, it was open day and night
Which of these locations contains some of the earliest ribbed vaults?
Why did people come so far to see relics from saints?
They believed they had curative powers.
What were the three types of vaults that were used?
Barrel, groin, and rib vaults
Which of the following features of the Cathedral of Saint James help identify it as a pilgrimage church?
Which of these was an experimental type of Romanesque architecture?
Which of these does not use ribbed vaulting in its design?
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Which of these forms is a common feature in Romanesque architecture?
Which is the best definition of the term Romanesque?
art and architecture in the Roman manner from the 11th and 12th centuries in Europe
Which of the following is not a characteristic of Romanesque architecture?
large but detailed in decoration
How did the invention of ribbed groin vaults change Romanesque architecture?
allowed for the addition of clerestory windows
Which of the following were utilized in Romanesque architecture?
arches, vaults, and towers
Which of the following is a well-known pilgrimage church?
Saint James in Santiago de Compostela
What church contains the image shown below?
An artistic representation of a person for their burial tomb.
A metalworking technique that was used for decorative figures.
A famous textile that tells the story of Norman conquest. depicts the Battle of Hastings. made of embroidered cloth
the nun Guda
A noted female manuscript illustrator.
A thin material used for pages in books, made from animal skin, often sheepskin or goatskin.
the Winchester Psalter
A famous illustrated book from the Romanesque period.
What type of metalwork sculpture is pictured below?
a baptismal font
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