Round table 2. On the origin of Europe

CATHEDRALS FROM THE CAROLINGIAN AGE TO THE ROMAN PERIOD. 9TH TO 12TH CENTURY

CHAIRMAN
Isidro Bango Torviso (Autónoma University of Madrid)

SPEAKERS
Isidro Bango Torviso (Autónoma University of Madrid)
Eduardo Carrero Santamaría (Autonomous University of Barcelona)

SECRETARY
José Matesanz del Barrio (University of Burgos)

This round table will analyse the origins of episcopal sees and the role of bishops and chapters and the importance of cathedrals in the new context of European cities. There will also be a discussion about the evolution of the architectural styles of these buildings and their furnishings, and all related social and economic aspects.

Areas

2.1 Theological thought and the arts
2.2 Changes in Europe between 800 and 1100 and the architecture of the age
2.3 Exchanges and synergies between monastic and cathedral cultures
2.4 The styles of early European cathedrals
2.5 The great cathedrals of the Carolingian and Ottonian periods
2.6 Roman cathedrals
2.7 Interconnections and synthesis between the North and South, East and West
2.8 Construction techniques

Call for Abstracts