The division of Western Mediaeval Architecture into the two schools of Romanesque and Gothic presents a parallel case.
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But to return north to Entre Minho-e-Douro, where the oldest and most numerous romanesque churches exist and where three types may be seen.
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Staunton Lacey Church, containing Romanesque work, and supposed to be older than the Conquest, is also near Ludlow.
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In the transition type Romanesque influences were evidently dying hard.
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Bock calls the style of these works Romanesque; and he thinks that they show a Saracenic influence.
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The columns are antique; that on the south has also a Corinthian cap, but the base is Romanesque.
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B, Romanesque: Architecture of the Round Arch.
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The oldest of its churches, St Mexme, is in the Romanesque style, but only the facade and nave are left.
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Near it is the Romanesque church of S. Carpoforo.
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In Romanesque work it was plain and flat, and projected over the wall with a throating to form a drip.
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There are several other Romanesque and Gothic churches in the town more or less restored.
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The finest building is the cathedral, in the Lombard Romanesque style, begun in 1107 and consecrated in 1190.
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His first play, "Les Romanesques," was staged in 1894.
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Then through the wide Romanesque arch of the audience chamber Valentine Osorio entered, as a queen comes into a throne room.
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The Romanesque church in front of the line of dunes.
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Surgeres and Aulnay possess fine specimens of the numerous Romanesque churches.
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This church, the finest in Transylvania, is a Gothic edifice with traces of Romanesque influence, and was built in 1385-1425.
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Here Romanesque art seems to have been introduced into Spain through France.
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The Norman capital differed to some extent from the Romanesque capitals of other parts of Europe.
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He introduced into Germany the Byzantine and Romanesque styles.
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The 1929 Williamsburgh Savings Bank features a 63-foot-high Art Deco and Neo-Romanesque main banking hall.
Now spacious loft apartments in cast-iron and Romanesque Revival buildings line the street.
Jewel of the Romanesque Revival.
Former Richardson Romanesque hotel now houses books, not beds.
The demolition of Glad Tidings Tabernacle Church on West 33rd Street, a Romanesque Revival building completed in 1868, has been happening quietly for a few months, under the cover of scaffolding.
He himself was baptized in the Romanesque stone church and attended mass here as a boy.
A helicopter-mounted camera provides dazzling views of Romanesque cities, lavendar fields, hilltop towns, bustling fishing ports, summer resorts, vast vineyards, picturesque churches and chateaus.
Dedicated in 1888 and housed in a stunning Romanesque Revival building, the Slater 's local collection represents 300 years of Norwich history.
Arguably Santa Fe's most photographed building, this ornate Romanesque cathedral stands in grandiose contrast to much of the city's traditional Pueblo Revival architecture.
THE classical Vienna of music, coffeehouses and monumental Romanesque architecture is also, surprisingly, the Vienna of trolleys .