LIST OF FIGURES
1 A cerce (After A. K. Porter, The Consstruction of Lombard and Gothic Vaults, figure 7)4
2 Rome, Baths of Diocletian, vault, c. 300 (After A. Choisy, L'art de bâtir chez les romains, 75, figure 40)4
3 Construction of groin-vaults (After Ungewitter-Mohrmann, Lehrbuch der gotischen Konstruktionen, plate 3, figure 20)5
4 Construction of the rib-vault (Partly after J. Bilson)6
5 Caen, Ste Trinité, begun 1059. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After É. Lambert, Caen romain et gothique)15
6 Jumièges, Notre Dame, chapter house, before 1109. Plan. Scale 1: : 350 (Courtesy G. Lanfry; B.M., XCIII (1934), 331)17
7 Caen, St Etienne, begun 1065. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After É. Lambert, op. cit.)19
8 Profiles of ribs in the Early, High, and Late Gothic periods (After Ungewitter- Mohrmann, op. cit., plate XX, figures 163, 159, 172, 174)21
9 Morienval Abbey Church, east end c. 1125. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After A. Ventre, C.A., LXXII (1906), 154)22
10 St Gilles, begun 1116, crypt. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After R. Hamann, Die Abteikirche von St Gilles, figure 25)23
11 St Denis Abbey Church, begun c. 1135. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After R. de Lasteyric, L'architecture gothique etc., 1, 20)27
12 Vaults with rising and with arched ridges (After Ungewitter-Mohrmann, op. cit., plate IV, figure 25)32
13 Paris, St Germain-des-Preé, choir, consecrated 1163. Longitudinal section (After Lenoir, C.A., LXXXII (1920), 339)41
14 Provins, St Quiriace, c. 1160. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After C.A., LXIX (1903), 70)42
15 Laon Cathedral, begun after 1155. Plan of east end in its original form. Scale 1: 750 (After H. Adenauer, Die Kathedrale von Laon, 20)43
16 Paris, Notre Dame, plan of 1163. Scale 1: 1000 (After M. Aubert, Notre-Dame de Paris, figure 1)45
17 Paris, Notre Dame, begun 1163. Vault of ambulatory (After Viollet-le-Duc, Dictionnaire, IX, 512)48
18 Development of capitals (After Ungewitter-Mohrmann, op. cit., figures 451, 454, and plate XLVII, figures 462, 463)52
19 Development of bases (After Ungewitter- Mohrmann, op. cit., plate LII, figure 564, and Dehio, K.B., plate 567, figures 3, 10, 11)53
20 Vaux de Cernay, church, begun c. 1135. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After Dehio, K.B., plate 191, figure 1)63
21 Pontigny Abbey Church, plan of second church, begun 1150, with choir of third church, begun c. 1185. Scale 1: 1000 (After Dehio, K.B., plate 191, figure 7)66
22 Lincoln Cathedral, vault of choir, probably designed 1192. Plan (After Art Bulletin, XXXV (1953), 97, figure 1, and ibid., XXXVII (1955), 241)74
23 Airvault, church, consecrated 1100, rib- vaulted c. 1200. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After A. Ventre, C.A., LXX (1904), 76)76
24 Airvault, church, consecrated 1100, rib- vaulted c. 1200. Longitudinal section (After A. Ventre, C.A., LXX (1904), 76)77
25 Chartres Cathedral, begun 1194. Plan. Scale 1: 1000 (After Dehio, K.B., plate 363, figure 1)79
26 Reims Cathedral, begun 1210. Plan. Scale 1: 1000 (After Dehio, K.B., plate 363, figure 2)86
27 Amiens Cathedral, begun 1220. Plan. Scale 1: 750 (After Dehio, K.B., plate 363, figure 3)91
28 Reims, St Nicaise, begun 1231. Triforium (After B.M., LXXXV (1926), 132)95
29 St Denis Abbey Church, elevation of nave, begun 1231 (After Dehio, K.B., plate 387, figure 1)99
30 Beauvais Cathedral, defigned 1230/40. Plan of choir. Scale 1: 750 (After Dehio, K.B., plate 363, figure 8)101
31 Paris, Sainte-Chapelle, 1243-8. Plan. Scale 1: 500 (After Dehio, K.B., plate 366, figure 3)103

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vii
  • List of Plates ix
  • Foreword xv
  • Part One - The History of Gothic Architecture 1
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - The Transition 15
  • Chapter 2 - The Early Gothic Period 34
  • Chapter 3 - The High Gothic Style, 1194-1300 79
  • Chapter 4 - The Late Gothic Style 146
  • Part Two - The General Problems of the Gothic Style 217
  • List of the Principal Abbreviations 271
  • Notes to the Foreword 273
  • Notes to Part One 274
  • Notes to Part Two 293
  • Bibliography 297
  • The Plates 301
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