April 23, 2010 Ottonian Kingdom and Art 1000 start Eastern part, Rhine river next to it, part of Germany 2 sources o1 " devolves directly out of the previous Carolingian Art o2 " lateral, sideways of Ottonian art from Byzantine Art Crown of Ottonian King oEuropean and Byzantine art through this oPolychrome style " multi-colored gems oGold all over, sides represent Byzantine side Abbey Church, Corvey Germany 873-885 oPg 299 image 11-20 St. Pantaleon 980(1000) oCologne, Germany ohttp://www.sacred-destinations.com/germany/cologne-st-pantaleon oWest-work " 3 towers on the faade, narthex tower flanked by 2 taller stair towers. oTraditional church enter on west alter as at east end, windows behind the alter so the sunshine of god is coming through into your face from the shine sun. Cyriakus, Gernrode, Germany oPg 300 image 11-21 oCa. 961-973 oDiaphragm Arch " marks the difference between the crossing and the choir. St. Michaels, Hildesheim, Germany oCa 1001-1031 oPg 301 image 11-22 11-23 oReversed Orientation " built backwards having the altar at the east and the west is the entrance. oDouble Apse church, secondary apse and altar at the back of the church oEnter at the side of the nave o3 modular units long, column column pier (4 sided marking the points) Otto III enthroned, folio 24 oPg 306 image 11-29 Annunciation to the Shepherds oPg 305 image 11-28 oTall elegant figures tied together through gestures and eye contac ? Gero Crucifix oCa. 970 oPage 303 image 11-25 oStarts to be common around this time o62 oBody is divided into many parts Doors with relief panels oGenesis on left and Life of Christ on right oPg 302 image 11-24
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