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Medieval Paris, A Monograph
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A brief description of the teaching strategies supporting the digital resource
Useful study resources

Visual Resources
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Visual Resources

Select one of the portfolios below to view a collection of organized images.

Note* For additional resources for Medieval Architecture throughout Europe, see: Medieval Architecture

  Paris, Notre-Dame
    >>Paris, Notre-Damel, Interactive Ground Plan
    >>Paris, Notre-Dame, Diagrams
    >>Paris, Notre-Dame, Animated Glossary
  Paris, Sainte-Chapelle
  Paris, Royal Abbey Church of Saint-Denis
  Paris, Saint-Germain des Pres, choir
  Paris, Saint-Martin des Champs
  Paris, Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, nave
  Paris, Convent et College des Bernardins
  Paris, Chartreux (Carthusian Monastery)
  Paris, Cluny College
  Paris, College de Navarre
  Paris, Grands-Carmes (Carmelite Monastery)
  Paris, Hospital of Saint-Julien des Menetriers
  Paris, Hospital of Saint-Sepulchre
  Paris, Saint-Severin
  Franciscan Abbey of Sainte-Marie Madeleine
  Map of Paris in 1716
  Map of Paris in 1739

Special Programs

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

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