Romanesque

Romanesque may refer to:

  • Romanesque art, the art of Western Europe from approximately AD 1000 to the 13th century or later
  • Romanesque architecture, architecture of Europe which emerged in the late 10th century and lasted to the 13th century
  • First Romanesque, or Lombard Romanesque architectural style
  • Pre-Romanesque, a term used for the early phase of the style
  • Romanesque Revival architecture, an architectural style which started in the late 19th century, inspired by the original Romanesque architecture

Other

  • "Romanesque" (song), single by Japanese pop duo FictionJunction Yuuka
  • Romanesque (EP), EP by Japanese rock band Buck-Tick

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