Romanesque

The prevailing architectural style, 8-12th cent.; massive masonry, round arches, small windows, groin-and barrel-vault.
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Romanesque

[n] - a style of architecture developed in Italy and western Europe between the Roman and the Gothic styles after 1000 AD
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Romanesque

architectural style, 8th - 12th century with rounded arches
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Romanesque

Style of architecture which was prevalant in Western Europe c. 950 - 1150. In England it was known as Norman .
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Romanesque

An architectural style dating to the 11th and 12th centuries and sometimes called Norman. It preceded the Gothic style.
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Romanesque

architectural style that dominated in Europe during 10th - 12th centuries, preceded gothic. Characterised by the use of the round arch, and massive walls and piers. Durham Cathedral is Britain's best known example.
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Romanesque

A style of architecture characterised by the use of round arches for window and doorheads, and for vaults. Early Romanesque buildings date from the 12th and early 13th centuries, and the style was revived in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Related Words: Arch
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Romanesque

Literally ‘Roman-like`. A style of art and architecture, and a period of culture, from around 800AD to c.1200, that looked to Roman art and architecture, attempted to copy it, but created its own rich forms instead. It is usually associated with the rounded arch and many columns in buildings. Geometrical patterns were used a great deal in art...
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Romanesque

The architecture of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman styles, c600-c1100.
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Romanesque

Ro`man·esque' adjective [ French romanesque ; confer Italian romanesco .] 1. (Architecture) Somewhat resembling the Roman; -- applied sometimes to the debased style of the later Roman empire, but esp. to the more developed architecture prevailing from the 8th century to the ...
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Romanesque

Ro`man·esque' noun Romanesque style.
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romanesque

1. Somewhat resembling the Roman; applied sometimes to the debased style of the later Roman empire, but especially. To the more developed architecture prevailing from the 8th century to the 12th. ... 2. Of or pertaining to romance or fable; fanciful. Romanesque style, that which grew up from the attempts of barbarous people to copy Roman architectu...
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Romanesque

Romanesque architecture noun a style of architecture developed in Italy and western Europe between the Roman and the Gothic styles after 1000 AD; characterized by round arches and vaults and by the substitution of piers for columns and pr...
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Romanesque

• (a.) Of or pertaining to romance or fable; fanciful. • (n.) Romanesque style. • (a.) Somewhat resembling the Roman; -- applied sometimes to the debased style of the later Roman empire, but esp. to the more developed architecture prevailing from the 8th century to the 12th.
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Romanesque

Romanesque 1. A style of architecture developed in Italy and western Europe between the Roman and the Gothic styles after 1000 AD; characterized by round arches and vaults and by the substitution of piers for columns and profuse ornaments and arcades. 2. Characteristic of or relating to the style of European painting, sculpture, or decorative arts...
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Romanesque

The architectural style immediately preceding the Gothic, first singular influence to spread across Europe in the Medieval age. Clearly identified by broad walls and pillars, the style derives its name from inspirations of Roman architecture. Many cathedrals and churches consist of a blending of Gothic/Romanesque elements. A fine experience of this...
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Romanesque

A style of the figurative arts - especially sculpture - and of architecture which flourished throughout western Europe from the end of the 10th century until the middle of the 12th century (in Italy until the early decades of the 13th century). Typical features of the Romanesque style are: simple pillars often alternating with composite pillars; cr...
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ROMANESQUE

A style of architecture and art dominant in Europe from the 9th to the 12th century. Romanesque architecture, based on ancient Roman precedents, emphasizes the round arch and barrel vault.
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Romanesque

A style of European architecture prevalent from the ninth to the twelfth centuries, with round arches and barrel vaults influenced by Roman architecture and characterized by heavy stone construction.
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ROMANESQUE

Author: WikiTownsvillian Welcome to the City of Thuringowa sign on Ross River Road (Eastern entrance to city) ...
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Romanesque

[song] `Romanesque` is the seventh single of J-pop duo FictionJunction Yuuka. It was released on April 18, 2007. This single includes the ending song of the anime El Cazador de la Bruja, composed by Yuki Kajiura. This single peaked at #23 on the Oricon weekly charts. ==Track listing== == Charts == Oricon Sales Chart (Japan) (*): Sales after...
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Romanesque

The prevailing architectural style, 8-12th cent.; massive masonry, round arches, small windows, groin-and barrel-vault.
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Romanesque

architectural style, 8th - 12th century with rounded arches
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Romanesque

The architecture of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman styles, c600-c1100.
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