Gothic and Romanesque (Medieval)

Events

Saint Sernin, Toulouse (ca. 1070-1120 A.D.)

Approx. 1070 A.D. - Approx. 1120 A.D.

(Romanesque)

Chartres Cathedral, Chartres. (ca. 1134-94 A.D.)

Approx. 1134 A.D. - Approx. 1194 A.D.

used to be Romanesque styled before a fire

Saint-Denis (ca. 1140-45 A.D.)

Approx. 1140 A.D. - Approx. 1145 A.D.

FIRST GOHIC STYLED CHURCH/CATHEDRAL
Ambulatory and radiating chapels
Architect: Abbot Suger

Head reliquary of Saint Alexander (1145 A.D.)

1145 A.D.

Stavelot Abbey
Belgium A RELQUARY, NOT A RELIC

Royal Portal, west façade, Chartres Cathedral (ca. 1145-55 A.D.)

Approx. 1145 A.D. - Approx. 1155 A.D.

Royal Portal/ west façade
Tinanum, and stuff. Saints imbedded in column

Notre Dame de la Belle Verrière, Chartres Cathedral (ca. 1170-1200 A.D.)

Approx. 1170 A.D. - Approx. 1200 A.D.

Notre Dame de la Belle Verrière (Our Mother on a Beauiful Window)
Stained-glass window

God/Jesus as Architect (ca. 1220-30 A.D.)

Approx. 1220 A.D. - Approx. 1230 A.D.

Moralized Bible
Paris
Gold leaf and tempera on vellum.

Three Kings’ Shrine reliquary (1225 A.D.)

Approx. 1225

Nicholas of Verdun
Cologne Cathedral
said to hold the bones of the Magi (Biblical)

Sainte-Chapelle (1243-48 A.D.)

1243 A.D. - 1248 A.D.

Paris