Early Medieval Architecture (häftad)
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Early Medieval Architecture (häftad)

Early Medieval Architecture

Häftad, Engelska, 1999-10-01
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The early middle ages were an exciting period in the history of European architecture, culminating in the development of the Romanesque style. Major architectural innovations were made during this time including the castle, the church spire, and the monastic cloister. This lucidly-written book expands upon key themes and issues to provide a fresh and radically new approach to the architecture of the period.
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<br>"In his enjoyable book, Stalley examines architecture in western Europe, from the legalization of Christianity in 313 CE to the period around 1200, when patrons began to prefer the Gothic style.... Each chapter is well illustrated and clearly written, and the book ends with a concise section of endnotes, a useful bibliographic essay, and a well-designed time line incorporating religious and historical event as well as architectural chronology."--CHOICE<p><br>"This is a book that is well-conceived, cogently organized and lucidy written."--Professor Stephen Murray, Columbia University<p><br>

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<br>Roger Stalley is Professor of the History of Art at Trinity College, Dublin. His previous books include Architecture and Sculpture in Ireland 1150-1350 (1971), The Cistercian Monasteries of Ireland (1987), Irish High Crosses (1991), and Ireland and Europe in the Middle Ages (1993). He has published over fifty articles on various aspects of medieval sculpture and architecture. He is a member of the Royal Irish Academy and an Honorary member of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland.<br>


Introduction; 1. The Christian basilica; 2. The Carolingian renaissance; 3. Symbolic buildings; 4. Architecture and pilgrimage; 5. Architecture and monasticism; 6. Diversity in the Romanesque era; 7. The language of architecture; 8. Secular architecture in the age of feudalism; 9. Art and engineering; 10. Patron and Builder; Epilogue: the shadow of Rome; Notes; List of Illustrations; Bibliographic Essay; Timeline; Index