Romanesque Cathedrals in Mediterranean Europe
All this took shape over the substrate of Roman Antiquity, which remained in high esteem and was frequently reused.
In these studies, Romanesque cathedrals are employed as a lens with which to analyze the complexity and dynamics of the cultural landscape of southern and central Europe from the tenth to the twelfth centuries. The architecture of every cathedral is the result of a long and complicated process of morphogenesis, defined by spatial conditions and the availability of building materials.
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