Gothic Architecture in England and France

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
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Wells Chapter House,G. H. W. Frontispiece
Vaulting boss, Lincoln,Viollet-le-Duciv
Capital from Autun: the Expulsion from Eden2
The Atrium of St. Ambrose, Milan.G. H. W.4
Ground Plans: (1) House of Pansa, Pomeii. (ii) Sta Maria Antiqua, Rome. (iii) St. John Lateran, Rome. (iv) Sta Maria Maggiore, Rome. (v) St. Ambrose, Milan5
Basilica of S. Lorenzo Fuori le Mura, Rome.G. H. W.8
S. Miniato, Florence10
Vignory, Haute Marne11
The Complete French Cathedral.Viollet-le-Due14
Interior of St. Front, Perigueux, before alteration20
Rouen Cathedral from the south.G. H. W.27
Le Mans, Double Choir Aisle and Ambulatory28
Construction of a Bay of the Nave of Amiens.Viollet-le-Duc31
The Buttresses of Beauvais.G. H. W.32
Head of Buttresses, Beauvais.Viollet-le-Duc34
Buttress System of Beauvais.Viollet-le-Due35
Lichfield Cathedral38
Exeter Cathedral, from the Palace Garden.G. H. W.42
Rouen Cathedral, from Rue de Y Archevechée.G. H. W.43
Brixworth Church. SirG. G. Scoll45
Lincoln Cathedral, the Choir47
Cathedral Plans: Notre Dame, Amiens, Salisbury50
Plans of Canterbury Cathedral at different periods54, 55
Winchester Cathedral, North Transcet56
Canterbury Cathedral, looking east58
Sens Cathedral, looking east, 1140.G. H. W.59
The Crypt, Canterbury, under Conrad's Choir60
Amiens Cathedral Choir, looking west.G. H. W.62
Roman Groined Vault (Sta Maria degli Angeli).G. H. W.64
Champdeniers (Deux Sèvres)66
Diagram of Origin of Pointed Arch.Viollet-le-Duc67
Ambulatory, Morienval.G. H. W.71
Bernières (Calvados).G. H. W.73
Soissons Cathedral.G. H. W.75
Ambulatory, Chalons-sur-Marne.Mounments Historiques77

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