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Notes de l'éditeur

  1. After the fall of Constantine, many Western territories of the Roman Empire were lost to the numerous indgenous and migrating tribes of Europe
  2. Beginning of the Barbarian Invasion Go to Italy Destroy everything
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdm7Z3TQhDg 750-850 Invasion of the British Isles/ Colonization of the North of France
  4. Competiton for the territory
  5. British isles divided in small kingdoms – each of them with a king
  6. Hand decorated pages of texts Printing invented only in 15th century (China 11th century) Importance of the library
  7. Parchment (all animals goat / sheep…) Today confusion Vellum more precious Soak in lime to make them white and remove hair
  8. Artisans scrapped them down to an even thickness. Each page should be without impurities
  9. Booklet of 8 pages - quires
  10. So valuable that they have been used more than once
  11. Importance of monastery Only way we have to know the Antic texts Conservative / Copy Very expensive Vow of silence
  12. Most of the people during this time were illiterate Monastery = central repositories for books and documents Creatin of manuscripts
  13. Book of kells According to the historian Bede from the nearby monastery in Monkwearmouth (d. 735), this calf, or ox, symbolizes Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. Bede assigns symbols for the other three evangelists as well, which Eadfrith duly includes in their respective portraits: Matthew’s is a man, suggesting the human aspect of Christ; Mark’s the lion, symbolizing the triumphant and divine Christ of the Resurrection; and John’s the eagle, referring to Christ’s second coming.
  14. S. Matthew on a bench, writing his gospel Behind the curtain – inspiration from God (Moise) Byzantine influence : Greek words and handcovered Flattened and linear elements Soft modeling of Byzantine art turned into crisp cusp-shaped in S.Mmatthew’s drapery
  15. S. Matthew on a bench, writing his gospel Behind the curtain – inspiration from God (Moise) Byzantine influence : Greek words and handcovered Flattened and linear elements Soft modeling of Byzantine art turned into crisp cusp-shaped in S.Mmatthew’s drapery
  16. Oure ornementation
  17. British Library in London Lindisfarne Gospel Island North “Holy Island” combining Mediterranean, Anglo-Saxon and Celtic elements Flattened elements 259 pges and full-page portraits of each evangelist highly ornamental “cross-carpet” pages, each of which features a large cross set against a background of ordered and yet teeming ornamentation; and the Gospels themselves, each introduced by an historiated initial. The codex also includes sixteen pages of canon tables set in arcades. Here correlating passages from each evangelist are set side-by-side, enabling a reader to compare narrations. Interlace Eadfrith became bishop of Lindisfarne Egg and fishglue to bind the colour Local and exported mineral (lapis Lazuli)
  18. The originbal jewel-encrusted leather cover was lost during one of the many Vikings raid
  19. “Roman like” (19th century) Stylistic trends for than historical period Heir of the Carolingian architecture In the same time than Ottonian Stone vault – Arch – Roman First appeared in 1818
  20. Muslim in the South Magyar (hungary in the North) Normandy – Vikings William the Conqueror conquested Britain in 1066 Every country with strong region Importance of the Church More innovative area – France 11th century less invasion – everybody is Christian 12th century – Sicily becomes Normand
  21. No centralized power Allegiance Lot of conflict but an equilibrium has been reached – Economic growth (in particular in Italy) Symbiotic relationship between lords and peasants
  22. The Pope is the only unifying authority. Church owned lot of land (In France 1/3)
  23. Atone - expier
  24. What is a relic? Miraculous.
  25. Santiago – Saint James Less dangerous than Jerusalem and Rome Attracted many French (// Charlemagne) Along the road, may churches and abbeys, Hospice (lodging places) for the pilgrims A year or more Shrines on key point Most wellknown because guide
  26. Adaptation of Roman basilica
  27. Many Romanesque churches use Barrel Vault or groin vault Later building – Rib vault – taller and lighter The concrete has been lost Stone and mortar
  28. The weight is load down to the walls onto the massive piers below Higher – open larger window – Fireproof Weatherproof Easy to maintain Better acoustic
  29. Fireproof Waterproof Excellent acoustic – gregorian musique
  30. Church of the village Massive Ostentation Ealiest example of pilgrimage church On the tomb of S. Foy (3rd century martyrs)
  31. Gold / gemstones on a wooden chore (85 cm) Skull inside? Power
  32. Buttresses
  33. Importance of ambulatory for crowds
  34. Barrel vaults with vault to divided the space in bay Massive piers with columns Very nude – idea of the 19th century – back to a primitive faith Lot of destruction Tapestry and decoration
  35. Around 1000 – fear of apocalypse – popular last judgement scene Still colours Tympanum _ Vision of the other world Display biblical scenes over the doorway+More symbolic than realistic You can understand even if you don’t know how to read
  36. Mandorla Right // Left
  37. The Medieval Sixtine Representation of the old testament
  38. Borders / frame
  39. Abel and Cain People bigger than buiding Legs are often crossed (dansing movement)
  40. Big head and hands Expressif
  41. Elegant, curvilinear pattern Drapery reaveled the body // Byzatine
  42. Embrodery : a woven product in which the design is stitched into a premage fabric Loom – metier à tisser
  43. Probably realized by women but designed by a man
  44. Queen Mathilde Norman Invasion of England Stitching 8 colours of wool onto bleached linen Made by women but designed by a man Mabybe for the cathedral
  45. Borders sometimes comment on the main scenes or show scenes of everyday life Color used in a non-natural manner: different part of a horse are colored variously
  46. Flat Schematic architecture
  47. Fanciful beasts in upper and lower register Inscription Fanciful beays in upper and lower register Inscription on latein Neutraò background Flatness // no shadow // Trajan’s column on latein Borders sometimes comment on the main scenes or show scenes of everyday life Color used in a non-natural manner: different part of a horse are colored variously Neutraò background Flatness // no shadow // Trajan’s column
  48. Influenced by classical tradition No façade tower, No westw orks // Early Christian Basilicas Pisa : republic – defeated the muslims – booty _ new cathedral 11-13th century
  49. Antiquity elements: Columns / Arches Arcades and blind arcades on the facese Polychromy // French portal 4 stories of freestanding columns – arcaded gallery
  50. Double aisles in transept Apses at the end of transpet Wooden ceilng on the nave Groin vault on the aisles
  51. Elliptical Dome // islamic tradition Crusade / trade in the mediteranee
  52. Same arcades on the lower level than cathedral Upper stories and dome later.
  53. In Italy - bell tower divided from the Church In Northern Europe, makes part of the church 6 stories od arcated galleries Cylindrical leaning tower Sense of unity of the entire complex
  54. Inscription illustrates the pride the donors felt in havong such a significamt artist work for them. Inspired by Early Christian sarcophagi Domination of human figures / narrative breaks the frame High relief