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In what ways do we see early medieval synthesis illustrated in Romanesque architecture?
Romanesque Architecture - Is based on the Roman basilica (which became the pattern of the christian church
Fused together with towers and gates associated with secular fortresses
In roman architecture- round square, and octagonal towers were used to reinforve the city walls. In romanesque architecture these gateways aquired symbolic significance. Symbolism: "of protection and transcendental aspiration" (or hope for something beyond this world)
The Romanesque church served as a center of pilgramage
Reliquarious were supposed "saint" relics (fake treasure boxes) that contained usually: tooth, fragment of bone, piece of garment.
Illuminated manuscripts. The copied manuscripts that were richly adorned and highly decorated. Such as the book of Kells.
The Cross Page - Lindisfarne gospels demonstrates an example of the medieval synthesis: Celtic and Germanic style which uses animal forms as a decorative device is combined with the Christian motif of the cross.
The technical term for this early Germanic and Celtic style of art is ... Interlaced Style
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This is the principle of art that indicates movement by the repetition of elements.