INDEX
Numbers in italics refer to plates. References to the notes are given to the page on which the note occurs, followed by the number of the note. Thus 291210 indicates page 291, note 210. Names are frequently indexed, under the Christian name; e.g. Pierre de Montereau will be found under Pierre. Most types of members will be found under their first element; e.g. rib-vaults appears under rib, not under vaults.A
Aachen Cathedral, choir, 165, 115
Abaci, 53-4, 87; circular, 54, 97, 105
Abbeville, St Vulfran, façade, 197
Abelard, Peter, 261
Aberlin, Jörg, 194-5
Addition, principle of, 10 ff., 25, 28-9, 31, 49, 78, 185, 192, 213, 261
Adornment, see Decoration
Aesthetics, 8, 205, 220, 237-40, 242, 266
Aflenz, church, 291210
Aigueperse, Sainte-Chapelle, portal, 193
Aigues-Mortes, 249, 29449
Airaines, Notre-Dame, 30, 31, 6
Airvault, church, 77-8, figs. 23, 24
Akyrism, 31, 76, 78, 84, 109, 128, 136, 150, 152, 162, 201, 223
Alan of Walsingham, 147
Alaric the Goth, 218
Alberic, abbot of Cîteaux, 62
Albert the Great, 224
Alberti, Leone Battista, 218
Albi Cathedral, 142, 179, 188, 101-2; coro, 202, 226, 157, 158; south porch, 210, 173
Albigensians, 121-2
Albrecht von Scharfenberg, 265, 266
Albrecht of Brandenburg, Cardinal, 212
Albrecht, archbishop of Magdeburg, 117
Alcobaça, Cistercian church, 66, 177; portal to sacristy, 211
Alençon, Notre-Dame, 201, 152, 153, 154
'All-over repeat' pattern, 153
Almond-shaped ribs, 85, 96
Altenberg, Cistercian church, 126-7, 82, 83
Alternation of supports, 18-19, 24, 44, 48, 49, 80, 118
Amberg, St Martin, 185, 128
Ambierle, church, 190-1
Amboise, château, chapel, 200
Ambulatories, 22, 42, 49; see also Double ambulatories
Amelunxborn, Cistercian church, 65
Amiens
Cathedral, 90 ff., 95, 98, 100, 106, 125, 126, 136, 221, fig. 27; choir, 91, 92,94, 100, 102, 128, 129, 44, 83; crossing, 115; façade, 109-10; La Grange chapels, 177-8; nave, 91-4, 102, 106, 151, 41, 42; transepts, 91, 92, 102, 223, 283101, 43, 44, 181; west wall, 110
St Firmin, 90, 102
Andrea Pisano, 171
Angers
Hôpital St Jean, 27977
St Aubin, 32
St Maurice, 70, 72, 76, 122, 25
St Serge, 76, 97, 28
Angoulême Cathedral, 32, 70
Animals, portrayal of, 256
Anjou, 32
Annaberg, St Anne, 208-9, 259, fig. 57, 170
Anselm of Canterbury, 261, 262
Antelami, Benedetto, 118
Antwerp Cathedral, 160; north tower, 203
Apocalypse, 233-5, 265, 266
Archer, Cardinal, 131
Arches, Late Gothic, 199; see also Bell-, Curtain-, Diaphragm-, Four-centred-, Ogee, Pointed-, Principal-, Round-, Segmental-, Strainer-, Transverse-, Trees, Tudor-
Arduino di Domenico degli Ariguzzi, 214
Arezzo, Palazzo dei Signori, 218
Aristotelianism, 261, 262
Arles
'Baths of Diana', 2745
forum, 2, 21
St Trophime, cloister, 243
Trouille, 2
Arnold of Westphalia, 249
Arnolfo di Cambio, 135, 144, 171, 172, 173, 174, 247
Arruda, Diego de, 211
Art, meaning of, 240 ff., 250, 261
Asceticism, 62, 65, 67, 121, 133, 171, 256
Assisi
S. Chiara, 122
S. Francesco, 122, 73, 74
Attenuation of the wall, 134
Attitude, 237
Augsburg
Cathedral, choir, 160, 183, 188
St Peter, 284128
SS. Ulrich and Afra, Simpertus Arch, 194, 195, 141
Augustine, St, 262
Aulne, Cistercian church, 120
Autonomous tracery, 131 ff.

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