Notre-Dame of Noyon in the Twelfth Century: A Study in the Early Development of Gothic Architecture

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NOTRE-DAME OF NOYON IN THE TWELFTH CENTURY
A STUDY IN THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE

BY CHARLES SEYMOUR JR.

INSTRUCTOR IN THE HISTORY OF ART FELLOW OF PIERSON COLLEGE, YALE UNIVERSITY

NEW HAVEN YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1939 LONDON HUMPHREY MILFORD OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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  • YALE HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS i
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Illustrations xvii
  • Abbreviations xxi
  • INTRODUCTION: TWELFTH-CENTURY NOYON - THE SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE GOTHIC CATHEDRAL 1
  • PART I ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF NOYON CATHEDRAL 31
  • I- THE PRE-GOTHIC CATHEDRALS 39
  • II- The Beginning of the Gothic Cathedral 41
  • III- Campaigns of Construction Second Phase of Construction 55
  • IV- Modifications and Additions to 1500 68
  • V- Modifications and Additions, 1500-1800 78
  • VI- Restorations of the Nineteenth Century 85
  • VII- War Damage and Restoration 1914-1938 91
  • Part II- THE GOTHIC CATHEDRAL DESCRIPTION AND ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT OF STYLE 97
  • I- General Program, Plan, and Materials 99
  • II- The Choir 106
  • III- The Transept 119
  • IV- The Nave 134
  • V- The West Massif 139
  • VI- Massing and Visual Effect 151
  • Conclusion 168
  • VII- SCULPTURE 173
  • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE 179
  • Index 189
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