Description
ROMANS AFTER ROME
Romanesque architecture, evolving from the building practices of about A.D. 800 In the Carolingian Empire, marks the coming of age of European culture in the post-Antique era. Most of what survives was ecclesiastical in purpose and consists predominantly of monastery churches and their claustral structures. This course will treat both formal and functional issues in the development of the Romanesque tradition and will emphasize the Mature period, 1050-1140.
Details
Grading Basis
Grad LG/SNC Basis
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Course Attributes
Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Offering
Course
HAA 2240
Academic Group
Dietrich Sch Arts and Sciences
Academic Organization
History of Art & Architecture
Campus
Pittsburgh Campus
Typically Offered
Spring