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Recasting the Concept of the "Pilgrimage Church": the Case of San Isidoro de León

AuthorsMartin, Therese
KeywordsReal Colegiata de San Isidoro (León)
Issue Date2008
PublisherModern Language Association of America
CitationLa corónica 36(2): 165-189 (2008)
AbstractWhat makes a building a "pilgrimage church"? When Kenneth John Conant codified the "great churches of the pilgrimage roads" in 1959, the definition applied exclusively to five Romanesque basilicas with continuous aisles leading from the west entrance that navigated through a projecting transept with absidioles and around an ambulatory at the east end with additional radiating chapels, continuing along the opposite aisle and terminating at the point of departure, the west facade.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.lacoronica.org/files/362.htm
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