pre-Romanesque architecture

pre-Romanesque architecture

The several regional and transitional styles that evolved between the fall of the Roman Empire and the emergence of Romanesque architecture in the 11th century; among them the Lombard, Carolingian, and Ottonian architecture.
References in periodicals archive ?
7 of the Inchmarnock volume the ninth-century predecessor of the first stone church is imagined as having a round-headed doorway, a west window and two north windows: features never found in Irish pre-Romanesque architecture and therefore unlikely to have existed at a site with such strong Irish links.