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Medieval Architecture Web site: This unique online resource of Medieval Architecture combines the teachings of thirteen Medievalists—spanning topics from the origins of Christian architecture in the Late Antique Period to the Medieval revival in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Amiens Cathedral Web site: A comprehensive Web resource addressing the historical context and significance of Amiens Cathedral through the use of original photography, QuickTime movies, Flash animations, and three-dimensional computer models.

Amiens Animated Glossary: Use the Amiens Cathedral Animated Glossary to learn a set of architectural terms that describe the parts of a Gothic Cathedral.

Gothic Sculpture Web site: A review of the tombs, portals, choir screens and freestanding sculpture of the Gothic period will provoke a discussion of issues concerning devotional practices; liturgy; attitudes to the body, death, and transcendence as well as the more traditional concerns with style, iconography, color and chronology.

1,000 Years of Church Architecture Animation:
A Flash animation illustrating the differences among early Christian, Romanesque and Gothic church construction.

Panorama of St. John the Divine:
Using Flash and Quicktime technologies in tandom travel through the architecture of St. John the Divine.

England, Durham, Cathedral, Interactive Ground Plan

England, Durham, Cathedral, Comparison with Old St. Peter's (Rome)

France, Beauvais Cathedral, Interactive Ground Plan

France, Paris, Cathedral, Interactive Ground Plan


France, Paris, Cathedral, Diagrams

France, Paris, Cathedral, Animated Glossary



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ROMANESQUE PRECEDENTS IN FRANCE
Airanes, Notre-Dame
Angoulême Cathedral
Beauvais, Saint-Etienne
Beauvais, Saint-Lucien
Caen, Saint-Etienne
Cluny III
Fontgombault, choir
Jumièges
Le Mans Cathedral, nave
Lessay
Morienval, hemicycle and ambulatory
Paray-le-Monial
Paris, Saint Germain des Pres, nave
Paris, Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, nave
Provins, Saint-Quiriace
Toulouse, Saint-Sernin
Tournai Cathedral

EARLY GOTHIC IN FRANCE
Angers Cathedral
Arras Cathedral (destroyed)
Braine, Saint-Yved
Cambrai Cathedral (destroyed)
Champeaux
Chartres Cathedral, west façade
Chartres, Saint-Père
Juziers
Laon Cathedral
Lausanne Cathedral
Lyon Cathedral
Mantes, Notre-Dame
Noyon Cathedral
Noyon, bishop's chapel
Paris, Notre-Dame
Paris, Saint-Germain des Pres, choir
Paris, Saint-Martin des Champs
Poitiers Cathedral
Pontigny, Cistercian Church
Reims, Saint-Remi, choir
Saint-Denis
Saint-Germer-de-Fly
Saint-Leu d'Esserent
Senlis Cathedral
Sens Cathedral
Soissons Cathedral, south transept

HIGH GOTHIC/RAYONNANT IN FRANCE
Agnetz
Albi Cathedral
Amiens Cathedral
Angers, Saint-Serge
Auxerre Cathedral
Auxerre, Saint-Germain
Bayeux Cathedral
Beauvais Cathedral
Bourges Cathedral
Brie-Comte-Robert
Caen, Saint-Etienne, choir
Carcassone, Saint-Nazaire
Chambly
Chartres Cathedral
Clamecy
Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral
Coutances Cathedral
Dijon, Notre-Dame
Dol Cathedral
Gonesse
Le Mans Cathedral
Longpont, Cistercian Church
Metz Cathedral
Moret
Mussy-sur-Seine
Narbonne, Cathedral
Narbonne, Notre-Dame de Lamourgier
Nesles-la-Vallée
Orbais
Paris, Notre-Dame, transept
Paris, Sainte-Chapelle
Reims Cathedral
Reims, Saint-Nicaise (destroyed)
Rouen Cathedral
Royaumont Abbey
Saint-Germain-en-Laye, chapel
Saint-Martin-aux-Bois
Saint-Omer, Notre-Dame
Saint-Quentin, collegiate church
Saint-Thibault
Sées Cathedral
Semur-en-Auxois
Soissons Cathedral
Strasbourg Cathedral
Taverny
Toulouse Cathedral (including nave)
Toulouse, Jacobins
Tours Cathedral
Troyes Cathdral
Troyes, Saint-Urbain
Villeneuve-sur-Yonne

GOTHIC OUTSIDE FRANCE
[Belgium]
Oudenaarde
Tongeren

[England]
Boxgrove Priory
Bristol Cathedral
Canterbury Cathedral
Durham Cathedral
Exeter Cathedral
Gloucester Cathedral
Lincoln Cathedral
Pershore Abbey
Peterborough Cathedral, north transept; west facade
Roche Abbey
Salisbury Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral
Wells Cathedral
Westminster Abbey
Whitby Abbey
York Minster

[Germany]
Bamberg Cathedral
Cologne Cathedral
Freiburg-im-Breisgau, Franciscan Church
Limburg-an-der-Lahn
Regensburg Cathedral
Trier, Liebfraukirche

[Spain]
Barcelona Cathedral
Léon Cathedral
Palma di Majorca
Toledo Cathedral

[Italy]
Como, S Abbondio
Florence, S Croce
Florence, S Maria Novella
Rivolta d'Adda, SS Maria e Sigismondo

NINETEENTH CENTURY


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| Image Collections Indexed Geographically >
BELGIUM
Oudenaarde
Tongeren

ENGLAND
Boxgrove Priory
Bristol Cathedral
Canterbury Cathedral
Durham Cathedral
Exeter Cathedral
Gloucester Cathedral
Lincoln Cathedral
Pershore Abbey
Peterborough Cathedral, north transept; west facade
Roche Abbey
Salisbury Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral
Wells Cathedral
Westminster Abbey
Whitby Abbey
York Minster

FRANCE
Agnetz
Airanes, Notre-Dame
Albi Cathedral
Amiens Cathedral
Angers Cathedral
Angers, Saint-Serge
Angoulême Cathedral
Arras Cathedral (destroyed)
Auxerre Cathedral
Auxerre, Saint-Germain
Bayeux Cathedral
Beauvais Cathedral
Beauvais, Saint-Etienne
Beauvais, Saint-Lucien
Bourges Cathedral
Braine, Saint-Yved
Brie-Comte-Robert
Caen, Saint-Etienne
Cambrai Cathedral (destroyed)
Carcassone, Saint-Nazaire
Chambly
Champeaux
Chartres Cathedral
Chartres, Saint-Père
Clamecy
Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral
Cluny III
Coutances Cathedral
Dijon, Notre-Dame
Dol Cathedral
Fontevrault, Abbey Church
Fontgombault, choir
Gaillard, Castle
Gisors, Castle
Gonesse
Jumièges
Juziers
Laon Cathedral
Le Mans Cathedral
Lessay
Longpont, Cistercian Church
Lyon Cathedral
Mantes, Notre-Dame
Metz Cathedral
Moret
Morienval, hemicycle and ambulatory
Mussy-sur-Seine
Narbonne, Cathedral
Narbonne, Notre-Dame de Lamourgier
Nesles-la-Vallée
Noyon Cathedral
Noyon, bishop's chapel
Orbais
Paray-le-Monial
Paris, Saint-Martin des Champs
Paris, Notre-Dame
Paris, Sainte-Chapelle
Paris, Saint-Germain des Pres, choir
Paris, Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, nave
Poitiers Cathedral
Pontigny, Cistercian Church
Provins, Saint-Quiriace
Reims Cathedral
Reims, Saint-Nicaise (destroyed)
Reims, Saint-Remi, choir
Rouen Cathedral
Royaumont Abbey
Saint-Germain-en-Laye, chapel
Saint-Denis
Saint-Germer-de-Fly
Saint-Leu d'Esserent
Saint-Martin-aux-Bois
Saint-Omer, Notre-Dame
Saint-Quentin, collegiate church
Saint-Thibault
Sées Cathedral
Semur-en-Auxois
Senlis Cathedral
Sens Cathedral
Soissons Cathedral
Strasbourg Cathedral
Taverny
Toulouse Cathedral (including nave)
Toulouse, Jacobins
Toulouse, Saint-Sernin
Tournai Cathedral
Tours Cathedral
Troyes Cathdral
Troyes, Saint-Urbain
Villeneuve-sur-Yonne

GERMANY
Bamberg Cathedral
Cologne Cathedral
Freiburg-im-Breisgau, Franciscan Church
Limburg-an-der-Lahn
Regensburg Cathedral
Trier, Liebfraukirche

ITALY
Como, S Abbondio
Florence, S Croce
Florence, S Maria Novella
Rivolta d'Adda, SS Maria e Sigismondo

SPAIN
Barcelona Cathedral
Léon Cathedral
Palma di Majorca
Toledo Cathedral

SWITZERLAND
Lausanne Cathedral

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