Architecturally the tower may be said to be a connecting link between the Romanesque and Norman styles.
The cathedral, an early Romanesque structure, bears the date of 1052.
Daoulas has the remains of a fine church and cloister in the Romanesque style.
All the thought of that day is written, in fact, in this sombre, Romanesque style.
It has just been stated that the pure Romanesque condition is the round arch under the low gable, a, Fig.
Yet it is in this province that the Romanesque is best studied.
The tower of Brechin has indeed a Romanesque doorway, but it is plainly of a later age, and its other features are quite Irish.
Hildesheim, a Romanesque Basilica, built in the eleventh century.
And yet there is something in the first fugitive hour when Romanesque and Gothic met that makes a deeper appeal to the soul.
Victor Hugo, above all, was the chosen bard of the Gothic and the Romanesque.
A style of architecture and art common in Europe between the ninth and twelfth centuries. It combined elements of the architecture typical of the Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire. The arches on Romanesque buildings are usually semicircular rather than pointed as in Gothic architecture.