Definition of Norman architecture
1. Noun. A Romanesque style first appearing in Normandy around 950 AD and used in Britain from the Norman Conquest until the 12th century.
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Literary usage of Norman architecture
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1. The Mediæval Church Architecture of England by Charles Herbert Moore (1912)
"In execution they exhibit little precision — thi 1 I think there can be little doubt that Norman architecture from the middle oj the eleventh century, ..."
2. Art in Great Britain and Ireland by Walter Armstrong (1909)
"CHAPTER III ANGLO-Norman architecture, OR ROUND ARCHED GOTHIC THE connection between early Norman architecture and that of the Saxons was probably less ..."
3. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1836)
"An Architectural Tour in Normandy; with some Remarks on Norman architecture. By GH KNIGHT, Esq., MP London: Murray. 1836. THB Norman Society of Antiquaries, ..."
4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1845)
"... the elaborated execution of the masonry in some of the doorways, displaying some of the finest examples of Norman architecture and construction, ..."
5. The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Scotland from the Earliest Christian by David MacGibbon, Thomas Ross (1896)
"Norman architecture. A GENERAL description of the features which distinguish this ... But in Norman architecture the facades are usually divided up into a, ..."