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Table comparing and Romanesque styles GÃ³tico1: Season Features Local Structure Plan constructions Facade Decoration Internal Painting Sculpture Grounds Grounds sociological philosophical Grounds of Religious Romance XI-XII centuries, until the thirteenth in Italy and Spain. Southern Europe: places with plenty of stone and strong natural light. Shaped cruciform (cross shaped) horizontally, compact ness; buildings were called "strongholds of God." Canopy crib, thick pillars, wa lls wide. Architectural elements (columns, arches, ribs etc) and mural painting. Integrated architecture. Two-dimensional (only in two dimensions) geometry. Ass ociated with the fief-clericalism. Augustinian Neoplatonism. Symbolism. Middle o f XII century Gothic to the late fifteenth century. Northern Europe: places with a lot of limestone, little light, but with stained glass timber to blow. Crucif orm Verticality, lightness, presence of "shrine". Ogival vault. Stained glass. A utonomous art. By the twelfth century Romanesque to prey, then start of Naturali sm in Italy (Giotto). Associated with the development of urban segments. Scholas tic Aristotelianism. Naturalism.
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Cathedral of Pisa: Looking to build out, we realized that it "spreads" the land
Chartres Cathedral: unlike the Cathedral of Pisa and the Church of Santa Maria d
h God". Gothic style.
Inside the Cathedral of Chartres. Also notice the vertical. Gothic style.
Murbach Abbey: the building has no lightness, it is compact and heavy. Romanesqu
e style. So this style was built known as "Fort God."
Siena Cathedral: the Gothic buildings, unlike in the Romanesque style, the struc
nd castles." Gothic.
Gothic Reliquary of 1426: part where the relics were kept.
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