romano-byzantine love

romano-byzantine

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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In art: Noting the style usually known as Romanesque.
  • Noting an early medieval architectural style of much of northeastern Italy, in which Byzantine elements are modified by the influence of distinctively Romanesque or Western elements. It was due to the influence of the Byzantine Church of San Vitale at Ravenna, completed about a. d. 550.

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