Dal romanico al gotico: teologia, architettura, pedagogia

Mario Gennari


The article is focused on the passage between the two great architectural styles which marked the Christian Middle Age: Romanesque and Gothic. The author dwells, therefore, on the relationship between Theology and Architecture, connecting it with the three spheres (God, human being and world) and the two styles mentioned above. The article, investigating the “spirito del tempo” and the “armonia delle sfere”, lingers on medieval music and echoes that it produces both in the Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals as on the formation of the human being.


gothic; romanesque; architecture; theology; pedagogy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Studi_Formaz-20203

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