Author Topic: Evidence that Rood Screens were rare in Church buildings before 1200 AD.  (Read 2232 times)

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Offline Christopher McAvoy

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Parish Church Architectural Models
source: http://www.heritagetechnology.co.uk/portfolio/parishchurch/



12th century church interior
Still image showing a typical church interior during the 12th century, with apsidal chancel and north aisle.



14th century church interior
Still image showing a typical church interior during the 14th century, with chantry chapels and south aisle.



15th century church ceiling
Ceiling and clerestory of the 15th century church.



A typical (northern european) 15th century church interior, complete with pews, floor brasses, rich decoration and chancel arch imagery.

Excellent quicktime videos:
http://www.heritagetechnology.co.uk/portfolio/parishchurch/images/parishchurch_interior_AS-EE.mov
http://www.heritagetechnology.co.uk/portfolio/parishchurch/images/parishchurch_Nor-EE.mov

The videos and images are quite interesting!

NOTE: This wasnt brought up to raise objections to any churches that happen to have rood screens in them. It is ment to illustrate and educate about the historical development of the latin rite church architecture.
"and for all who are Orthodox, and who hold the Catholic and Apostolic Faith, remember, O Lord, thy servants" - yet the post-conciliar RC hierarchy is tolerant of everyone and everything... except Catholic Tradition, for modernists are as salt with no taste, to be “thrown out and trampled under foot