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Maius, Morgan Beatus: Woman Clothed with the Sun escaping from the dragon, Mozarabic, ca. 940-45. [Stokstad(=S) (page) 160]
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. Silos Beatus: Hell, Spanish Romanesque, text finished in 1091, illustrations added 1109. [Meyer Schapiro, Romanesque Art: Selected Papers page 30]
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3. Church of Saint Genis-des-Fontaines: Christ and the Apostles, Lombard-Catalan, 1020-21. [S 165]
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4. Godoman, Benedictional of St. Ethelwold: The Three Marys at the Tomb, Anglo-Saxon, ca. 980. [S 171]
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5. Liber Vitae of New Minster: Heaven and Hell, Anglo Saxon, ca. 1020. [S 173]
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6. Liber Vitae of New Minster: Patrons of the minster, Anglo Saxon, ca. 1020. [S 174]
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7. Bayeux Tapestry: “Harold swore a sacred oath to the Duke William,” Norman Romanesque, ca. 1070. [S 191]
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8. Àvila, Curtain Wall, Romanesque secular architecture, late 11th-12th cs. [S 193]
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9. Rainier of Huy, Baptismal Font, Romanesque: Athens of the North, 1107-1118. [S 195]
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10. Stavelot Triptych: Reliquary of the True Cross, Romanesque: Athens of the North, 1150. [Petzold(=P) (page) 65]
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11. Rome, Church of San Clemente: nave with choir and Cosmatesque pavement, Italian Romanesque, rebuilt after 1084. [S 197]
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12. Rome, Church of San Clemente: cross as the Tree of Life, Italian Romanesque, rebuilt after 12th c. [S 198]
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13. Florence, San Miniato al Monte, Italian Romanesque, 1062-1150. [S199]
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14. Pisa, Baptistry, Italian Romanesque, 1153. [S 199]
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15. Lanfranco, Modena Cathedral: west façade, Italian Romanesque, ca. 1099-1120. [S 200]
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16. Wiligelmo, Relief sculpture from the west façade of Modena Cathedral: Cain and Lamech with Noah, Italian Romanesque, ca. 1100. [S 200]
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17. Wiligelmo, Relief sculpture from the west façade of Modena Cathedral: Adam and Eve laboring, Italian Romanesque, ca. 1100. [P 99]
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18. Apse mural painting from Church of S. Clemente in Tahull: Christ in Glory, Catalan Romanesque, 1123. [S 203]
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19. Puerta de las Platerías, south transept, Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, Romanesque Pilgrimage Style, early 12th c. [S 207]
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20. Bernard Gueldin, Church of St. Sernin, Toulouse: Christ in Glory, Romanesque Pilgrimage Style, ca. 1096. [S 207]
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21. Church of St. Sernin, Toulouse: Miègeville Door, Romanesque Pilgrimage Style, ca. 1110-15. [S 207]
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22. Ste. Foy, Conques: Tympanum of the Last Judgment, Romanesque Pilgrimage Style, ca. 1125-35. [P 74]
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24. Gislebertus, Autun Cathedral: Suicide of Judas (nave capital), Burgundian Romanesque, ca. 1125. [S 211]
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23. Gislebertus, Autun Cathedral: Tympanum of the Last Judgment (west porch), Burgundian Romanesque, ca. 1140. [S 211]
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25. Gislebertus, Autun Cathedral: Eve (lintel of the north portal), Burgundian Romanesque, ca. 1130. [P 125]
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26. Church of the Madeleine, Vézelay, (nave), Burgundian Romanesque, ca. 1120-32. [S 212]
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27. Vézelay: central tympanum with Pentecost and Christ’s Mission to the Apostles (Church of the Madeleine, narthex), Burgundian Romanesque, ca. 1135-40. [S 214]
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29. Moissac: Abbot Durandus (cloister pier), Burgundian influenced Romanesque, ca. 1100. [S 216]
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30. Church of St. Peter, Moissac:  Tympanum of the Apocalyptic Vision (south portal), Burgundian influenced Romanesque, ca. 1125-30. [S 217]
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31. Church of St. Peter, Moissac:  Trumeau of the Prophet and Lions (south portal), Burgundian influenced Romanesque, ca. 1125-30. [S 217]
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32. Church of St. Peter, Moissac:  Lazarus and Dives (left side of the porch), Burgundian influenced Romanesque, ca. 1130. [P 73]
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33. Abbey Church of Souillac: Legend of Theophilus, Aquitanian Romanesque, ca. 1150. [P 128]
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28. Berze-la-Ville: Christ in Majesty (mural in the chapel apse), Burgundian Romanesque, early 12th c. [S 215]
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34. Fontenay (nave), Cistercian Romanesque, ca. 1130-47. [S 219]
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35. Tree of Jesse, Cistercian Romanesque, ca. 1130. [S 220, P 130
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36. Moralia in Job of Gregory the Great: Initial ‘I,’ Cistercian Romanesque, 1111. [P 111]
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37. Abbey Church of Fontevrault (nave), Aquitanian Romanesque, ca. 1125. [S 221]
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38. Abbey Church of St. Savin-sur-Gartempe (nave with vault frescoes), Aquitanian Romanesque, ca. 1100-15. [S 222]
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39. Abbey Church of St. Savin-sur-Gartempe:  Torture of Patron Saints Savinus and Cyprian (fresco in the crypt), Aquitanian Romanesque, ca. 1100. [P 61]
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40. Caen, Abbey Church of St. Étienne: west façade, Norman Romanesque, ca. 1064-87. [S 223]
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41. Caen, Abbey Church of St. Étienne (nave), Norman Romanesque, ca. 1120. [S 223]
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42. Cathedral of Durham (nave), Norman Romanesque, ca. 1093-1133. [S 224]
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43. Gloucester Candlestick, Norman Romanesque, ca. 1104-13. [S 225]
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44. Master Hugo, Bury Bible: Vision of Ezekiel, English Romanesque, ca. 1135. [P 12]
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45. The Cloisters Cross (of Bury): Synagogue spearing the Lamb of God, English Romanesque, ca. 1130. [P 158]
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46. Alexis Master, Psalter of Christina of Markyate: Mary Magdalene announcing the Resurrection to the apostles, English Romanesque, ca. 1120-30. [P 32]
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47. Alexis Master, Psalter of Christina of Markyate: Annunciation, English Romanesque, ca. 1120-30. [P 136]
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48. Abbey Church of Souillac: Figure of Isaiah, Aquitanian Romanesque, ca. 1140-50. [P 160]
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49. Autun Cathedral (nave), Burgundian Romanesque, second quarter of the twelfth century. [P 103]
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50. St. Gilles-du-Gard: Tympanum of the Crucifixion (right portal of the west façade), Late Romanesque, ca. 1150-1200.