Romanesque Churches of the Bourbonnais
Professor Stephen Murray and his colleagues invite you to consider the Middle Ages through the study and documentation of its architectural monuments in the heart of France: parish churches, abbeys, cathedrals, castles, manor houses, mills, granges, cities, and towns. The historic region of the Bourbonnais flourished in the eleventh and twelfth centuries immediately prior to the dramatic turn of history when France became France. It borders the ancient regions of Auvergne to the south, Burgundy to the north and east, and Berry to the west.
This web resource presents unique research, chronicling the documentation of over thirty Romanesque structures through comprehensive digital photography and three-dimensional panoramas.