Carolingian, Ottonian, Romanesque, and Gothic

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Slides containing architecture and artwork from the Carolingian, Ottonian, Romanesque, and Gothic periods in history. P = Period, T = Title, D = Date, L = location, A = Artist
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Carolingian

Saint Matthew

Coronation Gospels (Gospel Book of Charlemagne)

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PT

Carolingian

Saint Matthew

Gospel Book of Archbishop Ebbo of Reims

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PT

Carolingian

Crucifixion (front cover of Lindau Gospels)

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Carolingian

Schematic Plan for Saint Gall Monastery

ca. 819

Saint Gall, Switzerland

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Ottonian

Otto III enthroned

(Gospel Book of Otto III)

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Ottonian

Annunciation to the shepherds

(Lectionary of Henry III)

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Ottonian

Abbess Uta dedicating her codex to the virgin (Uta Codex)

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PTDLA

Romanesque

Last Judgement

1120-1135

Autun, France (west tympanum of Saint-Lazare)

Gislebertus

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Romanesque

Aerial View of Saint-Sernin

1070-1120

Toulouse, France

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PTL

Romanesque

Plan of Saint-Sernin

Toulouse, France

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PTL

Romanesque

Interior of Saint-Sernin

Toulouse, France

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PTL

Romanesque

Christ in Majesty

Toulouse, France (relief in ambulatory of Saint-Sernin)

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PTL

Romanesque

Left: General view of cloister

Right: Relief of Abbot Durandas

Saint Pierre, Mossiac, France

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Romanesque

Left: General view of south portal of Saint-Pierre

Right: Tympanum with second coming of Christ

1115-1135

Mossiac, France

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PTDL

Romanesque

Pentecost and Mission of the Apostles

1120-1132

Vezelay, France (tympanum of La Madaleine)

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Romanesque

Initial R with knight fighting dragons

(Morialia in Job)

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PTL

Romanesque

Nave of abbey church of Saint-Savin

Saint-Savin-sur-Gartempe, France

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Romanesque

Moses expounding the law

(Bury Bible)

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Romanesque

Eadwine the Scribe

(Eadwine Psalter)

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PTL

Gothic

Aerial view of Chartres Cathedral

Chartres, France

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PTDL

Gothic

Ambulatory and radiating chapels of abbey church Saint-Denis

1140-1144

Saint-Denis, France

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Gothic

Plan of abbey church Saint-Denis

1140-1144

Saint-Denis, France

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Gothic

Chartres Cathedral

1145-1155

Chartres, France (West Facade)

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Gothic

Royal Portal of Chartres Cathedral

1145-1155

Chartres, France (West Facade)

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Gothic

Old Testament king and queens, Jamb statues on Chartres Cathedral

1145-1155

Chartres, France

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PTL

Gothic

Laon Cathedral

Laon, France (West Facade)

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Gothic

Interior of Laon Cathedral

Laon, France

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PTL

Gothic

Notre-Dame

Paris, France

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PTL

Gothic

Plan of Chartres Cathedral

Chartres Cathedral

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PTL

Gothic

Interior of Chartres Cathedral

Chartres, France

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PTDL

Gothic

Rose window and lancets at Chartres Cathedral

1120

Chartres, France

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PTDL

Gothic

Porch of the Confessors, Jamb statues on the Chartres Cathedral

1220-1230

Chartres, France

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Gothic

Saint Theodore (Porch of Martyrs), Jamb statues on the Chartres Cathedral

Chartres, France

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PTDL

Gothic

Amiens Cathedral

1220

Amiens, France (West Facade)

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PTDL

Gothic

Interior of Amiens Cathedral

1220

Amiens, France

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PTDL

Gothic

Reims Cathedral

1225-1290

Reims, France (West Facade)

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PTDL

Gothic

Annunciation and visitation, Jamb statues on the right side of the central doorway of Reims Cathedral

1230-1255

Reims, France

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Gothic

Interior of upper chapel of Sainte-Chappelle

Paris, France

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Gothic

God as creator of the World

(Bible)

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Gothic

Abraham and the three angels

(Psalter of Saint Louis)

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Gothic

Samuel anointing David and Battle of David and the Goliath

(Breviary of Philippe le Bel)

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Gothic

David before Saul

(Bellville Breviary)

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PTL

Romanesque

Interior of Saint-Etienne

Caen, France

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Romanesque

Saint-Etienne

Caen, France (West Facade)


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