AP Art History Architectural Terms from Early Christian to Gothic

AP Art History Architectural Terms from Early Christian to Gothic
AP Art History Architectural Terms from Early Christian to Gothic
AP Art History Architectural Terms from Early Christian to Gothic
AP Art History Architectural Terms from Early Christian to Gothic
AP Art History Architectural Terms from Early Christian to Gothic
AP Art History Architectural Terms from Early Christian to Gothic
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This is a architectural term worksheet I assign for AP Art History during the Early European and Colonial Americas unit. It include a word bank and images of the following terms: arcade, central floor plan, transept, quatrefoil, rose window, colonnade, pendentive, portal, tower, lancet window, fan vault, mandorla, archivolts, apse, axial floor plan, narthex, nave, clerestory, trefoil, ambulatory, tympanum, trumeau, flying buttress, historiated column, radiating chapels, choir, aisle, cinqfoil, rib vaulting, jambs, dome, and crossing.

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