Week 6 terms
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Date Created: 03/28/16
ROMANESQUE and GOTHIC th The discussion for our 6 week begins on Monday. The two styles/periods we are covering this week are Romanesque (Monday/Tuesday) and Gothic (Wednesday/Thursday). It is everyone’s job on the discussion board to figure out how to identify/distinguish these two styles for Friday’s quiz. The terms for the week are: Monday/Tuesday Trumeau- a column, pier, or post found at the center of a large portal or doorway Tympanum- the area over the door enclosed by an arch and a lintel, often decorated Tapestry- a pictorial textile in which the colored weft threads that form a pattern or picture are woven into an undyed warp during the process of make the fabric itself Historiated capital- one displaying human figures or narrative scenes Mandorla- an almond shaped area in which a sacred figure, Christ, is represented Half-barrel vaults- a half barrel vault Apse- a large semicircular or polygonal niche protruding from the end wall of a building Wednesday/Thursday Ambulatory- the passage around an apse in a basilican church or around the central space in a central-plan building Flying buttress- an arch build on the exterior of a building that transfers the thrust of the roof vaults at important stress points through the wall to a detached buttress pier Rib vaults Jamb statues- vertical element found on both sides of a door or opening in a wall Façade –the face or front wall of a building Book of hours- a private prayer book, has a calendar or shows special events Grisaille- a style of monochromatic painting executed primarily in shades of grey Fresco- painting in which water based pigments are applied to a surface of wet plaster and are absorbed into it, becoming part of the wall itself Rose window- a round window often filled with stained glass with tracery patterns in the form of wheel spokes These are the words you should choose from when writing your summary paper. These are also the terms that you will be quizzed on on Friday.
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