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South side aisle, transept and ambulatory, Église Notre-Dame-de-la-Nativité, Bois-Sainte-Marie (Saône-et-Loire) Photo by PJ McKey

South side aisle, transept and ambulatory, Église Notre-Dame-de-la-Nativité, Bois-Sainte-Marie (Saône-et-Loire) Photo by PJ McKey

ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE, England - Norman nave, Ely cathedral (1080 to c. 1250),

ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE, England - Norman nave, Ely cathedral (1080 to c. 1250),

Side aisle, Église Saint-Jean, Glaine-Montaigut (Puy-de-Dôme)  Photo by PJ McKey

Glaine-Montaigut – The Misfortune of Good Intentions (Dennis Aubrey)

Side aisle, Église Saint-Jean, Glaine-Montaigut (Puy-de-Dôme) Photo by PJ McKey

Cathédrale - Moulins , Auvergne

Cathédrale - Moulins , Auvergne

romanesque france - Google Search

romanesque france - Google Search

Crypt, Abbaye de Saint-Gilles, Saint-Gilles-du-Gard (Bouches-du-Rhône) Photo by PJ McKey

Assassination and the Whip at Saint-Gilles-du-Gard (Dennis Aubrey)

Crypt, Abbaye de Saint-Gilles, Saint-Gilles-du-Gard (Bouches-du-Rhône) Photo by PJ McKey

Nave elevation, Église Saint-Julien, Chauriat  (Puy-de-Dôme)  Photo by PJ McKey

Revisiting Chauriat (Dennis Aubrey)

Nave elevation, Église Saint-Julien, Chauriat (Puy-de-Dôme) Photo by PJ McKey

Worms Cathedral - Germany 1110 - 1180 Worms was settled by the Romans in 14 BC. There was a large town with a forum and temples to the main gods, Jupiter, Minerva, and Mars. The first Christian church was built in the 7th century. A cathedral was built in the early Romanesque style around 1000 AD. This was replaced by the current structure in the 12th century. The west end, shown here, was completed in the 13th century

Worms Cathedral - Germany 1110 - 1180 Worms was settled by the Romans in 14 BC. There was a large town with a forum and temples to the main gods, Jupiter, Minerva, and Mars. The first Christian church was built in the 7th century. A cathedral was built in the early Romanesque style around 1000 AD. This was replaced by the current structure in the 12th century. The west end, shown here, was completed in the 13th century

Église Sainte Radegonde, Poitiers (Vienne)  Photo by PJ McKey

Painted Romanesque (Dennis Aubrey)

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