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minimal text, visually shows development from greek and roman architecture, especially arches. compares romanesque and gothic architecture.

minimal text, visually shows development from greek and roman architecture, especially arches. compares romanesque and gothic architecture.

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    • Technique and Technical Development Architecture
    • Greek Arch
    • Roman arch
    • Benefits of Roman archDistributes weight outwardPushes weight toward greater weightbearing columnAllows for height
    • Height and space
    • Byzantine Church Characteristics• Mosaics• Domed• Only a few stories high
    • Hagia Sophia - Byzantine
    • Hagia Sophia - Byzantine
    • Hagia Sophia - Byzantine
    • Hagia Sophia - Byzantine
    • Church of the Holy Sepulcher - Byzantine
    • Church of the Holy Sepulcher - Byzantine
    • Church of the Holy Sepulcher - Byzantine
    • Byzantine Innovations with Arches• Higher walls• Dome• Light halo• Looking into heaven
    • Romanesque Cathedral Characteristics• Thick wall• Little glass• Wood and later stone celilings• Sculpture to teach Bible stories to illiterate masses• Real and fantastical images used, especially those of demons
    • Church of Saint Trophime - Romanesque
    • Church of Saint Trophime between 1100-1300 - Romanesque
    • Church of Saint Trophime between 1100-1300 - Romanesque
    • Romanesque innovations with arches• practice
    • Gothic Cathedral Characteristics• High• Thinner walls• Windows• Depictions of people more natural and show movement• Less use of animals and demons
    • Pointed arch - Gothic
    • Pointed arch - Gothic
    • Flying Buttress - Gothic
    • Notre Dame de Paris - Gothic
    • Reims Cathedral - Gothic
    • Chatres Cathedral - Gothic
    • Chartres Cathedral - Gothic
    • Chartres Cathedral - Gothic
    • Chartres Cathedral - Gothic
    • Which style?Duomo - Florence Milan Cathedral
    • Which styleChurch of St. Denis Tower of Pisa