The Gothic World, 1100-1600: A Survey of Architecture and Art

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INTRODUCTION
p. 2. -- M. Aubert: La France Glorieuse au Moyen Age, Paris, 1947, p. 25.
--PEA.
The North--see HGE, 27; and compare E. Lundberg in Rig, 1939, pp. 197-204.
-- W. R. Lethaby in C. G. Crump and E. F. Jacob edd.: The Legacy of the Middle Ages, Oxford, 1926 etc., 89.
p. 3. --PEA.
p. 5. --Suger--PSD.
Holy Sepulchre--carvings illustrated in W. Harvey: Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, Oxford, 1955, figs. 25-52, 40-43, 51.
p. 6. Opusculum de Pulchro--in M. Dvorak: Kunstgeschichte als Geistesgeschichte, Munich, 1924, 67n. 1.
p. 7. Montreuil--see below, pp. 46, 66 and notes.
Bonneuil-- MDR, II, 305-6.
Painter-- Itinerarium Ricardi Regis, (RS) I, 197; cf. J. F. Dimock ed.: Metrical Life of St. Hugh, Lincoln, 1860, lines 833-965.
Walter of Henley-- Husbandry, ed. E. Lamond, 1890, 18-19, 27.
p. 8. Crucifix-- G. G. Coulton: Social Life in Britain, 473-4, quoting Register of Ralph Baldock, Bishop of London ( Canterbury and York Society, 1911), 19; and Lucae Tudensis De Altera Vita, 1612, 93 (lib. II, c. 9).
Schoolmen-- H. Finke: Aus den Tagen Bonifaz VIII, Münster, 1902, 163-5.
Auxerre-- MDR, II, 203, quoting Labbe: Nova bibliotheca manuscripta, I, Paris, 1657, 487 ff.
Seville-- R. Lloyd: The Golden Middle Age, 1939, 118.
King's College Chapel--WCC, I, 370.
Bath Abbey-- J. Armitage Robinson in Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological etc. Society, LX, 1914-15, ii, 1-10.
p. 9. Abbot Litlyngton-- J. A. Robinson: The Abbot's House at Westminster, 1911, 21-2.
Cistercians-- MDR, II, 34-5; and no. CIV, quoting Hist. mon. Viconiensis continuatio in Mon. Germ., XXIV, 307.
John of Waverley-- St. W. C. Baddeley: A Cotteswold Shrine, 1908, 27; CLR, 1226-40, 8, 258, 271, 276, 285, 298, 300, 301, 364; 1245-51, 350; CPR, 1232-47, 177; CCR, 1234-7, 425, 500; 1237-42, 12; 1247-51, 439.
Formulary-- MDR, II, 135-6.
Neckam-- De Naturis rerum, ed. T. Wright (R.S., 1863), 281.
Divinity School-- Epistolae Academicae Oxon. (O.H.S., 1898), 191.
St. Albans--Abbot Whethamstede's Register quoted by J. D. Sedding in St. Paul's Ecclesiological Society's Transactions, I, 1881-5, 42.
Simon Simeon-- Itinerarium Symonis Symeonis . . . ed. J. Nasmith, 1778, 46.
p. 10. Florio-- T. Cox: Jehan Foucquet, 1931, 7.
Mass-production-- R. H. C. Davis in OAS, 84th Rep., 1938-9; and Oxoniensia, XI-XII, 1946-7, 82; E. A. G. Lamborn in Notes and Queries ( 22 Sep. 1945), CLXXXIX, 125-7.
p. 11. Reinforcement--see below, p. 18.

CHAPTER I
p. 12. English archives--see Professor V. H. Galbraith Studies in the Public Records, 1948, for a lively account of this early development.
Chartres, St.-Pierre-sur-Dives, Amiens-- MDR, II, 65-7, 260.
p. 13. Confraternities-- R. Graham in BAA, 3 S., X, 1945-7, 73 ff.
p. 14. Office of Works--see Harvey in BAA, 3 S., VI, 1941, 20 ff.
Masons and Carpenters--e.g. the provision in the contract of employment (1359) of John of Evesham as master mason of Hereford Cathedral, that he should instruct the labourers in the arts of masonry and carpentry-- W. W. Capes: Charters and Records of Hereford Cathedral ( Cantilupe Society, IV), 1908, 250-1.
p. 15. Prest Money---CLR, 1226-40, 224; Harvey in BAA, 3 S., VIII, 1943, 52.
Foreign materials--Norwich Cathedral Obedientiars' rolls, No. 3; W. P. Blore in Archaeologia Cantiana, LVIII, 1946, 29.
p. 16. Cranes-- J. R. Bloxam: Magdalen College Register, 1892, II, 227 ff; Westminster Abbey Muniments, No. 23492.
Setting-out-- H. E. Butler: The Autobiography of Giraldus Cambrensis, 1957, 89, quoting De Rebus a se gestis, c. xii; KJM, 245; and Knoop and Jones in Miscellanea Latomorum, Sep. 1937; W. Harvey in The Builder, CXXI ( 19 Aug. 1921), 220-1.
Oxford etc.-- J. G. Milne and J. H. Harvey in Oxoniensia, VIII-IX, 1945, 139, 145; Harvey in BAA, 3 S., VIII, 53.

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