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

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INDEX
Mediaeval architects and artists are listed separately after the main index. Numerals in
heavy type refer to the figure numbers of the illustrations. The letter "n" as suffix
indicates footnotes on the text-page itself; the letter "a" that the references will be found
among the notes on pp. 138-45. The Bibliography and Abbreviations have not been
indexed. Place-names are given in the form commonly used in English, or in the
language of their mediaeval unit. The polyglot place-names of Central Europe have t
been cross-indexed as far as possible.
AARHUS Cathedral, Denmark, 125; 227
Abbeville St.-Wulfran, France, 101 & n.; 31
Abelard, 54
Aberdeen, Scotland: Bridge of Dee, 99 King's College Chapel, 99; 133 St. Machar's Cathedral, 98, 99 St. Nicholas, 98 University, 98
Åbo (Turku) Cathedral, Finland, 126; 282, 285
Acre, Palestine, 50
Acute pitch of vaults, 114, 115, 116, 126
Adare Franciscan Friary, Ireland, 96; 131
Adelard of Bath, 131
Administration of building works, 12, 13
Aelred of Rievaulx, 4
Aerschot, Belgium, 109
Aesthetic appeal, 3, 4
Aesthetics, theory of, 5, 22
Aix-la-Chapelle Cathedral, Germany, 112; 268
Alabaster carvings, 10, 81, 98
Alba Iulia--see Gyulafehérvár
Albertus Magnus, 6, 131
Albi Cathedral, France, 66, 68, 102; 241
Albigenses, 54, 84, 85, 92
Alcobaça Abbey, Portugal, 106
Alençon, France, 52
Alfonso the Magnanimous, King of Aragon, 104n.; 104a. VIII, King of Castile, 69
Aljubarrota, Portugal, 106
Alnwick Priory, Northumberland, 80
Amboise, Cardinal Georges d', 33
America, 54, 83, 92, 104-6, 107
Amiens Cathedral, France, 12, 41, 62, 65, 67, 75, 92, 101; 41, 96
Anchin Abbey, Belgium, 48
Andover, Hants, 29
Andravida, Greece, 129
Angers, France, 83 Cathedral, 83, 84 Hospital, 85 St.-Serge, 85116; 107
Angevin Empire, 82, 85, 85
Angoulème Cathedral, France, 84
Annaberg, Germany, 114, 117-18
Anonymity, 39
Antwerp Cathedral, Belgium, 70, 108; 163-4, 167
Apprenticeship, 20, 48
Apses, 57, 98, 99, 101, 124, 125, 126
Arabic Civilization, 53
Aragon, 55, 103
Arbroath Abbey, Scotland, 80
Arc, Abbot Hugue d', 35
Arch, 1 four-centred, 77 pointed, vi -vii, 2, 53, 57, 59
Archetype, Platonic, 25
Architect, 26, 27, 39 definition of, 3, 26, 40
Architecture, definition, 3 the mistress art, vi-vii, 2, 8, 57
Ardfert Cathedral, Ireland, 80; 93 Franciscan church, 80
Ardres, France, 28, 40
Aristotle, 5-6, 7, 131
Arras Cathedral, France, 52, 70
Art, 1ff.
Artist, definition, 3
Asceticism, 4-5, 9
Assisi, Italy: St. Francis, 84; 101
Athens, Choragic Monument of Lysicrates, 2
Atlantic cultures, 2
Aubert, M. Marcel, 2, 64, 66
Auch Cathedral, France, 101
Audenarde--see Oudenarde
Augsburg, Germany, 28 St. Ulrich, 46
Augustinian Canons, 9
Austria, 21, 111
Autun Cathedral, France, 59, 98
Autun, Honorius of, 37
Auxerre Cathedral, France, 8 St.-Germain abbey, 116
Avignon, France, 49, 70, 81; 81a. Cathedral, 103; 81a. Papal Palace, 70, 102-3, 124, 129; 6, 7 see also Villeneuve-les-Avignon
BACH, Johann Sebastian, vii, viii
Bacon, Roger, 131
Baltic region, 15, 34, 54, 55, 57, 69, 83, 108, 111-12, 120ff.; 200
Banwell, Som., 36
Barbastro Cathedral, Spain, 104
Barcelona, Spain, 50, 128 Ayuntamiento, 104 Carmelites' Church, 87 Cathedral, 87, 88, 104; 118, 119, 105 Cathedral cloisters, 104 Cathedral drawing, 33 county of, 53 Diputación General, 104; 160 Lonja, 104 Palace, 104 Pedralbes Church, 87 Sta. Agueda, 87 Sta. Caterina, 87 S. Francisco, 87 Sta. Maria del Mar, 87, 88; 113, 117 Sta. Maria del Pino, 87 Tinell hall, 104; 8
Bardejov--see Bártfa
Bártfa (Bartfeld, Bardejov), Hungary: St. Giles, 120
Basel Cathedral, Switzerland, 28, 112, 114; 269
Basilica, 84
Batalha monastery, Portugal, 81, 106, 107; 17, 146, 149, 159, 161
Bath, Somerset, 28 Abbey, 8, 93, 94-5
Battersea Church, Surrey, 18
Bayeux Cathedral, France, 64
Bayonne Cathedral, France, 68, 99; 140
Beaulieu Abbey, Hants, 50
Beaune Hospital, France, 101
Beauty, 1, 3, 4-5, 6, 9
Beauvais Cathedral, France, 65, 67, 101; 51, 57
Bechyné Franciscan Church, Bohemia, 117, 124; 190
Bedford, John, Duke of, 45
Belem, Portugal, 98 Jeronimos convent, 107; 148
Belgium, 108-10, 122, 125; 162 see also Flanders
Bellapais Abbey, Cyprus, 129; 37
Benedict XII, Pope, 102; 81a.
Benedictine Order, 6, 123
Berethalom (Birthälm, Biertan), fortified church, Transylvania, 120
Bergen Franciscan Church, Norway, 126 Håkonshallen, 126 Mariakirken, 126
Berlanga de Duero Collegiate Church, Spain, 104
Bernard, St., 4-5, 9
Bernay Abbey, France, 59
Berne, Switzerland, 21, 33, 112, 114 Cathedral, 114; 271
Berry, Jean duc de, 52, 100; 21

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vi
  • The Illustrations x
  • Acknowledgments xii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I the Production of Gothic Art 12
  • Chapter II - The Design of Gothic Art 25
  • Chapter III Gothic Designers 39
  • Chapter IV Gothic Geography 53
  • Chapter V - Cathedral Gothic 59
  • Chapter VI Gothic in the British Isles 72
  • Chapter VII Spatial Gothic 83
  • Chapter VIII National Gothic 91
  • Chapter IX the Gothic Age 130
  • A Short Bibliography 133
  • Abbreviations Used in the Notes 137
  • Notes to the Text 138
  • Index 147
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