Carolingian and Romanesque architecture, 800 to 1200

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Penguin Books, 1974 - Architecture - 522 pages
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Contents

The Holy Land
27
The Persistence of Roman Architectural Ideas and Practice
36
The Carolingian Romanesque
43
PreRomanesque Architecture in the North outside the Empire
69
The Lombard Kingdom
100
The Earlier Romanesque Styles
107
The Mature Romanesque as InterRegional and International Architecture
157
Reflex from the Pilgrimage
177
The School of Auvergne
293
The Mature Romanesque Architecture of Spain Portugal and the Holy Land
303
Styles dependent on France
311
Mature Romanesque Architecture
343
Northern Italy
385
Mature Romanesque Architecture in Scandinavia Britain and Northern France
431
Northern France and Norman England
439
Notes
467

The Role of Cluny in the History of Romanesque Architecture
185
The Cistercians and their Architecture
223
The Mature Romanesque of Middle and Southern France
239
Aquitania with Bordering Areas on the Loire and the Mediterranean
263
Bibliography
493
List of Illustrations
501
Index
509
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