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“Europe’s Cathedral Architecture” Please respond to the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response: What do you think were some of the key functions of the Gothic
style stained glass windows found in a lot of Europe’s cathedral
architecture? If you had to identify a Romanesque or Gothic structure
what features would you use to help you in your identification and why? Explore Gothic Style of Cathedral Architecture Chapter 12 (pp. 407-413), Stained glass windows; review Week 6 Music FolderStained glass windows at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9727p6ozlYoKey differences between Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D20tG65TWicWeek 6 Discussion Template: Please copy, fill in with your own research and words: Template for Week Discussion Please fill in each section with your summary of your research using your own words. Please
copy and paste template: Fill in template, copy and paste to
Blackboard (please no attachments are allowed in discussion area, those
using tablets or phones cannot open attachments, therefore unable to
read or comment on your post.) Minimum of 125 Words

Hello
Awesome Classmates and the wonderful and amazing Dr. C (Ok, so you
don’t have to use those cool adjectives, lol), here is my main post to
the Week 6 Discussion: “Europe’s Cathedral Architecture”

Key functions of stained glass windows
Well
there are two main areas to discuss in this section. Assess how
stained glass provided an opportunity to increase the amount of light
within buildings, especially Gothic style buildings. Another key
function of stained glass was that it gave the church an opportunity.
Think about this, how do you teach lessons on Christianity to a
population that was largely illiterate? Even the mass, which was
conducted in Latin, was not a language most people could understand.
Two structural differences between Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals
Ok,
here you can assess the overall design. One structure is very solid,
almost like a fortress, with few windows and thick solid walls. Think
about how one would feel inside such a structure, dark and lit by
hundreds of candles. Then talk about Gothic architecture, stretching
higher and higher in the sky, with lots of windows, light etc. Then
think about how people felt sitting inside one of these structures
I prefer (Gothic or Romanesque) style because
For this section specifically say which style you prefer and then elaborate a bit as to why
An example of (Romanesque or Gothic) architecture near me is
Ok,
this section should be easy, especially for Gothic style buildings.
Many churches in your area, especially Catholic ones are probably Gothic
in style. Public buildings, like a courthouse or library might be more
Romanesque in nature. This would be a great spot to include a
picture. You can certainly use Google to find a picture of a building
your local area to add to your post. So clearly identify the name of
the building, the location of it and which style you think it best
represents