Regional Variations in Romanesque Figural Arts & Churches

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Where did the Romanesque style really first emerge?

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1. What did vaulting do for Romanesque churches?

2. If you're visiting a Romanesque church with bell tower and baptistery that are not connected to the main church, where are you most likely to be?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

See what you know about the variations in Romanesque churches and figural arts. Take this quiz/worksheet and answer questions on areas like the origins of the Romanesque style and the purpose of vaulting for Romanesque churches.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These topics on Romanesque figural arts will be addressed:

  • Country where you would find churches with a bell tower and baptistery that's not connected to the main church
  • Term to describe the Norman Romanesque style
  • Major type of artistic production that was popular in Northern Europe

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand the most important information from the lesson on the variations in Romanesque figural arts, including the main use of vaulting for Romanesque churches
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the emergence of the Romanesque style and a word that's used to describe the Norman Romanesque style
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the main type of art that was produced in Northern Europe

Additional Learning

To learn more about this style, consider the accompanying lesson named Regional Variations in Romanesque Figural Arts & Churches. Here are the main points that'll be covered:

  • Revival of European art and architecture
  • Radiating chapels
  • Tympanums
  • Groin vaults and reliquaries
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