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Title: Old Exam questions


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Old Exam questions
(multiple choice)
This work is from the _____________________
period. Early Medieval It is representative of
that periods ________________
Culture of the Book
It depicts ____________ an Evangelist (St
Matthew) writing the Gospel
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Romanesque
A key style of the Early Medieval
Textbook pp. 145-151
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Fontenay Abbey, 1139-47
not in text
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Abbey St Marie, Souillac-Chevet, 12th c.
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Poitiers, early 12th c.
not in text
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Some definitions
Romanesque architectural style in vogue between
1050 and 1200, consisting of semi-circular
arches, relatively massive walls supported by
buttresses, and consequently smaller openings for
natural light. The Romanesque style evolved as
rapidly as the Gothic which replaced it, and
despite the Romanesque interior's reputation for
gloominess, great sanctuaries such as Vezelay and
Autun achieve a lightness and a luminosity which
rival those of the first Gothic edifices. Term
coined around 1825. 900-1200. In architecture
the Romanesque is typified by the use of the
round arch and conspicuously heavy construction.
In painting and sculpture forms are often
expressively distorted to convey religious
emotion. Textbook the medieval artistic style
of c. 900-1200, in architecture characterized by
the use of rounded arches, tunnel vaults, and
other features of Roman architecture (hence the
name "Romanesque) Note that Roman realism is not
part of the Romanesque style.
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St. Sernin
see text p. 148-149
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St. Sernin
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Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32
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interior, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay,
France, c.1120-32
Some influences from the Islamic world . . .
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Great Mosque of Cordoba, interior Spain c. 736
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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38
not in text
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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38
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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38
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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38
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Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France, c.1120-32
tympanum
see text p. 131, 151
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The Romanesque approach to the human form
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Tympanum, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay,
France, c.1120-32
Proportions?
Not in textbook
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Tympanum, left detail, Church of La Madeleine,
Vezelay, France, c.1120-32
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Tympanum, right detail, Church of La Madeleine,
Vezelay, France, c.1120-32
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Mystic Mill, Moses St Paul Grinding Corn,
capitol, Church of La Madeleine, Vezelay, France,
c.1120-32
hair flows into drapery of clothing
Another art history text interprets this as a
wine press
textbook, p 149
24
Demon Woman, capitol, Church of La Madeleine,
Vezelay, France, c.1120-32
serpent
Not in textbook
25
Gislebertus, Last Judgment, tympanum detail,
Autun, France, c.1120-35
detail, p. 147 5th general view, p 130
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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38
No in-the-round human forms all relief sculpture
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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38
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San Zeno Maggiore Verona, 1120-38
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Visitation 11-12th c. Spain fresco
p. 144
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Next up -
Late Medieval Gothic Ch. 7
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EARLY MEDIEVAL SUMMARY 800-1150
  • POLITICS Charlemagne, Ottonian (German)
    emperors
  • ARCHITECTURE Romanesque Style, c. 900
  • ART relief sculpture and a fantastic approach
    to human form
  • IDEAS The Culture of the Book monasteries
  • MUSIC consolidation of chant early notation
    neumes staff (staff c.1000)

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Name style elements
St. Sernin
Romanesque
  • round arches - a few narrow windows - heavy

Hard to find parking
see text p. 145-150
33
New Anchor Dates
1000
  • Musical STAFF used for
  • CHANT in the
  • EARLY MEDIEVAL PERIOD in
  • MONASTERIES

1066
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Up to dates?
480 BC 0 547 c.1000
Start of CLASSICAL GREEK PERIOD
Just after the start of the ROMAN EMPIRE Caesar
Augustus reigns
SAN VITALE sort of end of Early Christian period
Guido describes the musical staff
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