Charlemagnes Palatine Chapel
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- AP ART HISTORY 2008 SCORING GUIDELINES
- Right slide: Interior of the Palatine Chapel in Aachen, Germany, c. 800 C.E.
- Incorporating Context into the AP Art History Course
- Right: Plan of the Palatine Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, Germany.
- Medieval 'mise-en-abyme': the object depicted within itself
- Charlemagne‟s Palatine Chapel in Aachen and Frederick the Great‟s light- crown suspended from the centre of the church.
Suggested Web Resources
- Palatine Chapel, Aachen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Palatine Chapel is an Early Medieval chapel that is the remaining component of Charlemagne's Palace of Aachen.
- Aachen Cathedral - Aachen, Germany
- Jul 30, 2010 Charlemagne (Karl der Grosse in German), the first Holy Roman Emperor, began building his Palatine Chapel (palace chapel) in 786 AD.
- Palatine Chapel in Aix-la-Chapelle
- Charlemagne's Palatine Chapel 54-55: When the palace chapel at Aix-la- Chapelle was built, it was planned as a double church.
- The Palatine Chapel - Aachen, Germany - Great Buildings Online
- "The Palatine Chapel, built about 796-805 at Charlemagne's palace in Aachen ( Aix-la-Chapelle), is the preeminent surviving Carolingian structure.
- Charlemagne's Palatine Chapel in Aachen Germany (1 of 2
- Apr 23, 2011 Palatine Chapel in Aachen Germany. Erected by Charlemagne in 786 AD.
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