Ottonian architecture


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Ottonian architecture

(960–1000)
The pre-Romanesque round-arched style in Germany during the rule of the Ottonian emperors, characterized by the development of forms derived from Carolingian and Byzantine styles.

Ottonian architecture

The pre-Romanesque round-arched architecture of Germany during the rule of the Ottonian emperors in the second half of the 10th cent.