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The Romanesque school of the Rhine had derived the feature from the early chapels of Rome.
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The form of the crypt is that of a perfect Romanesque basilica, a nave and two aisles terminating a three-lobed apse.
One would say that it were conscious of the vicinity of the heavy Romanesque pillars.
It has a parish church, a mixture of Gothic and Romanesque architecture, with a handsome tower.
The ogive is, perhaps, very ancient; and authors dispute as to the anteriority of the Romanesque to the Gothic.
BOUVARD AND PCUCHETGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
An apsidal chapel projects from each arm of the transept, as in the Romanesque edifices of the region.
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While some portion may be Romanesque, it is uncommon to find any Carolingian vestige remaining.
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This interesting church is largely Romanesque in style (tower, chevet and nave).
It is executed almost everywhere with that admirable delicacy so conspicuous in early Romanesque sculpture.
Twelve columns, brick and marble alternating, support a good Romanesque gallery under the dome.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS

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