Definition Of romanesque

of or relating to a style of architecture that prevailed in Europe circa 900–1200, although sometimes dated back to the end of the Roman Empire (5th century).

Churches too were built in great numbers, and in great variety although sharing the Romanesque style with its characteristic round-topped arches.

Romanesque architecture.

Norman architecture is also referred to as Romanesque because it was influenced in turn by the Ancient Romans.

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