What led to the transition from Romanesque to Gothic architecture?

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Chapter 9

Please respond to the following item:

  • What led to the transition from Romanesque to Gothic architecture?


Chapter 10

Please respond to the following items:

  • What role did the idea of a "holy war" play in the early Crusades?
  • What is the significance of the First Crusade?
  • What is the significance of the Second Crusdade?
  • What was the main cause of the Crusades of the Thirteenth Century?
  • What is the significance and outcome of the those 13th century crusades?

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Western Civilization Volume 1
Transition from Romanesque to Gothic architecture
The Romanesque architecture appeared in the 10th century and was characterized by the
manifestation of God in stone and subordinated architectural details to incorporate a uniform
system. The style promoted the concepts of stability and permanence (Spielvoge 239). The
gothic architecture style emerged after the Romanesque style during the 12th century in France
and was characterized by delicate decorations, pointed arches, and exag...

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