Art and Architecture in Medieval France: Medieval Architecture, Sculpture, Stained Glass, Manuscripts, the Art of the Church Treasuries

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Index
Aachen, Charlemagne's Chapel, 150, 292
Abélard, Peter, 94, 96, 113
Adams, Henry, 3, 10, 177
Agincourt, battle of ( 1415), 281
Aiguebelle, Abbey of Notre-Dame, 25; fig. 21
Albi, Cathedral of Sainte-Cécile, 301-306, 307, 311, figs. 355-357
Albigensian Crusade, 169, 225, 254, 301-302
Albigensians, 301-302, 306
Amiens:
Bibliothèque Municipale, Amiens Ms. 24, 161, 344, 372, fig. 211
Cathedral of Notre-Dame, 184, 211-221, 279, 280; figs. 258-269, 315-316, 319
façade, 211-214
and Saint-Denis compared, 212
and Laon compared, 212-214
and Paris compared, 212-214
and Reims compared, 214
nave, 214-217; figs.258-262
and Chartres compared, 214ff
and Reims compared, 214ff
and Beauvais compared, 237ff
west portals, 255-260, 335; figs. 315-316, 319
and Chartres sculpture compared, 257-260
and Strasbourg Virgin compared, 275
tomb of Bishop Geoffrey d'Eu, 342; fig. 394
and Moissac compared, 342
and Amiens façade compared, 342
and tomb of Philip the Bold compared, 342
Anne of Brittany, wife of Louis XII, 358-359
Anzy-le-Duc, 52, 58, 69, 78, 347; figs. 62, 64, 73, 74, 107
Aquinas, Thomas, 170, 284, 285, 306
Aristotle, 95-96, 170
Arles, Saint-Trophîme, 25, 61, 65, 69; fig. 85
Cloister, 77; figs. 15, 17, 77, 103
Arras, Cathedral, 150
Aubri de Humbert, Archbishop of Reims, 204
Aulnay, 80; fig. 110
Autun, Cathedral of Saint-Lazare, 47, fig. 56
Auvergne, 68, 273, 298
Avignon, 284
Babylonian captivity, 284
Baltimore, The Walters Art Gallery:
Head from Saint-Denis, 157; fig. 203
Window from Saint-Germain-des-Prés (detail), 270; fig. 332
End of Chasse, Mosan, 370-372, 381, 387; fig. 419
Crozier, XlVth century French, 381-383; fig. 425
Chalice, German, c. 1320, 383, 385; fig. 427
Carolingian ivory plaque, 385ff; fig. 429
Sacramentary, Arras or Marchiennes, c. 1150,
Walters Ms. 28, 385ff; fig. 430
Reliquary Cross, champlevé enamel, Mosan, 1160's 397ff: fig. 431
Barnes, Carl F., Jr., 191ff
Basse taille, enamel technique, 380
Bataille, Nicolas, tapestry weaver, 355
Beaune, Hôtel-Dieu, 332-333; figs. 387, 388
Beaneveu, André, sculptor and illuminator, 355, 356
Beauvais, Basse-Oeuvre, 235; fig. 293
Beauvais:
Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, 235-241, 318; figs. 284-294
and Amiens compared, 237
and Chartres compared, 237
and Bourges compared, 237ff
and Le Mans compared, 237ff
Saint-Étienne:
aisles of nave, 116; fig. 147
choir and transepts, 318-320, 335; figs. 370-372
Bernard de Castanet, Bishop of Albi and Inquisitor, 302
Bernard of Chartres, Chancellor of the Chapter, 94
Bernard of Clairvaux, 99
Bernard de Soissons, architect of Reims, 204-205
Berno, Abbot of Baume and Cluny, 7-8
Berzé-la-Ville:
chapel of grange, 29; fig. 25
frescoes, 69, 80-85, 344, 370, 375; figs. 112, 116
Bibliothèque Nationale, see Paris
Black Death, 282
Bober, Harry, 280
Bondol, Jean, illuminator, 347ff, 356; fig. 403

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