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Synonyms for Romanesque

a style of architecture developed in Italy and western Europe between the Roman and the Gothic styles after 1000 AD

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So instead of having Romanesque Revival Castle as your empire's castle, gamers can replace it with Shogun Castle instead.
Their drapery is more Romanesque in style and, although their settings are more in line with the later figures, Nathan may have survived the pre-fire phase.
Built in 1896 in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, it is now on the National Register of Historic Places, and is now condos.
They explore such topics as a Jewish-Christian dialogue, Girard and the innocent victim, reading Girard and the Hebrew Bible, the education of Moses in Exodus, Mensonge romantique et verite romanesque at 50, a response to Reuven Kimelman on reading halachically and aggadically, reading conflict resolution and reconciliation with Girard and Emmanuel Levinas, and the prophetic and the apocalyptic in Jewish and Christian settings.
For instance, Romanesque and Gothic builders magnify God through the use of proportion, symmetry, and explicit iconography that links a building to a tradition of worship; "Devotio moderna" builders, by contrast, wish to avoid all references to the past, use industrial materials, and aim for a building that is comfortable and inclusive.
Considering pillars, arches and fenestrations, we might note a transition from the Romanesque to the Gothic.
The Campo dei Miracoli (Field of Miracles) is one of the world's most impressive squares with its trio of Romanesque beauties.
L'oeuvre romanesque de Julien Green temoigne d'une predilection pour la maison.
The marvelous early Romanesque churches, kept well preserved by the Spanish government, were experienced for what they are still: places in which worship and prayer have taken place across centuries.
It would have been more precise to say that this book addresses Romanesque and Gothic art (religious and secular) in the Christian kingdoms of medieval Spain.
The book has strong chapters on Medieval, Romanesque, Renaissance and Baroque Art.
The work is Romanesque in style which ties in with Dyffryn's request for a sculpture which would help them to celebrate the centenary of their Italian-themed Pompeian Garden.
Romanesque (or Romanesco) - this is one of the most fantastic looking vegetables in the market and kids love it.
As Draper emphasises, there was a strong element of continuity in English gothic, with imported ideas being grafted on to romanesque modes of building.
Le monde romanesque d'Apulee est en effet "unifie par la conscience d'un 'je' narrant" (40), presentant ainsi sa propre realite.