viernes, 20 de junio de 2014

BYE  BYE  SCIENCE
The science book is finished. We will start new things next course.
I hope to see everyone in my blog.
Have a good time.



domingo, 15 de junio de 2014

UNIT  12  MIDDLES  AGES  ROMANESQUE  VS  GOTHIC  ARCHITECTURE



Here you have a presentation about this comparision:


 

 




jueves, 12 de junio de 2014

UNIT  12  MIDDLE  AGES  CHRISTIAN  ART


                


ROMANESQUE  ARCHITECTURE

http://www.profesorfrancisco.es/2009/11/arte-romanico.html 
copied from a teacher´s blog: click on the picture


  

    

http://www.profesorfrancisco.es/2009/11/arte-romanico.html copied from a teacher´s blog: click on the picture



GOTHIC  ARCHITECTURE 







  












UNIT  12  MIDDLE  AGES  ARCHITECTURE

MUSLIM  ART
Muslims were nomad people without a previous artistic tradition, so they adopted the artistic manifestations of the civilizations they conquered. This way they took and mixed artistic elements from:
  • Roman Empire
  • Byzantine Empire
  • Asian civilizations
  • Visigothic Empire
http://www.profesorfrancisco.es/2012/12/arte-islamico.html
 copied from a teacher´s blog: click on the picture

 

http://www.profesorfrancisco.es/2012/12/arte-islamico.html
copied from a teacher´s blog: click on the picture

Here you have the most famous examples of Muslim architecture in Spain.

If you want to follow the chronology of all these monuments, visit the blog of this teacher 

 http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-_2cVsj38_xc/ThPkgIeLWxI/AAAAAAAABhs/WHyAt222DLU/s1600/cabecera11.gif

Mosque of Cordoba:


 

Palace of Medina Azahara in Cordoba:
 

  


Mosque of Bib-al-Mardum (Cristo de la Luz) in Toledo:

  


Palace of Aljafería in Zaragoza:

  

  

Alcazar in Málaga:


  


Giralda y Torre del Oro in Sevilla:

    

La Alhambra in Granada: