SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING
The following list is not intended to be a comprehensive bibliography.
It includes well-illustrated books found in most undergraduate libraries.

I. History and Culture
Adams, Henry, Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres, Boston and New York, first published 1904; many later editions.
Bishop, Morris, The Middle Ages, New York, 1970.
Brooke, Christopher, The Monastic World, 1000-1300, London, 1974.
—, The Structure of Medieval Society, London, 1971.
—, The Twelfth Century Renaissance, London, 1969.
"The Cloister," Gesta, 12 (1973), special issue with articles by Wayne Dynes, Alfred Frazer, Jane Hayward, Walter Horn, Paul Meyvaert, and Leon Pressouyre.
Colvin, H. M., The History of the King's Works, London, 1963.
Delort, Robert, Life in the Middle Ages, London, 1974.
Downy, Glanville, Constantinople in the Age of Justinian, Norman, Oklahoma, 1960.
Duby, Georges, The Making of the Christian West, 980-1140; Europe of the Cathedrals, 1140-1280; Foundations of a New Humanism, 1280‐ 1440, Geneva, 1966-67.
Durandus, William, The Symbolism of Churches and Church Ornaments: A Translation of the First Book of the Rationale Divinorum Officiorum, John Mason Neale and Benjamin Webb (trans.), London, 1893.
Egbert, Virginia W., The Medieval Artist at Work, Princeton, 1967.
Evans, Joan, Life in Medieval France, London, 1925; rev. ed., 1957; 3rd ed., London, 1969.
Harvey, John H., Medieval Gardens, London, 1981.
Haskins, C. H., The Rise of Universities, New York, 1923.
Husband, Timothy, The Wild Man: Medieval Myth and Symbolism (exhibition catalogue, The Metropolitan Museum of Art), New York, 1980.
—, and Jane Hayward, The Secular Spirit: Life and Art at the End of the Middle Ages (exhibition catalogue, The Metropolitan Museum of Art), New York, 1975.
McLean, Teresa, Medieval English Gardens, New York, 1980.
Plummer, John, Liturgical Manuscripts for the Mass and Divine Office (exhibition catalogue, The Pierpont Morgan Library), New York, 1964.
Previté-Orton, C. W., The Shorter Cambridge Medieval History, 2 vols., Cambridge, 1952.
Stokstad, Marilyn, Santiago de Compostela in the Age of the Great Pilgrimages, Norman, Okla., 1978.
—, and Jerry Stannard, Gardens of the Middle Ages (exhibition catalogue, Spencer Museum and Dumbarton Oaks), Lawrence, Kan., 1983.
Sullivan, Richard, Aix-la-Chapelle in the Age of Charlemagne, Norman, Okla., 1974.
Theophilus: De Diversibus Artibus, C. R. Dodwell (trans.), London, 1961; On Divers Arts: The Treatise of Theophilus, John G. Hawthorne and Cyril S. Smith (trans. and ed.), Chicago, 1963.
Tyler, William, Dijon and the Valois Dukes of Burgundy, Norman, Okla., 1971.
White, Lynn, Jr., Medieval Technology and Social Change, Oxford, 1962.
White, T. H., The Bestiary: A Book of Beasts, New York, 1954.

II. General Studies
Alexander, J. J. G., The Decorated Letter, New York, 1978.
— (ed.), with E. Temple, C. M. Kauffmann, N. J. Morgan, and L. F. Sandler, A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 5 vols., Oxford, 1975-84.
Anthony, Edgar W., A History of Mosaics, Boston, 1935.
Aubert, Marcel, La sculpture française au moyen âge, Paris, 1947.
—, Le vitrail en France, Paris, 1946.
Baltrusaitis, Jurgis, Le moyen âge fantastique, Paris, 1955.
Baum, Julius, and Helga Schmidt‐ Glassner, German Cathedrals, London, 1956.
Beckwith, John, Early Medieval Art, New York, 1964.
Bevan, Bernard, A History of Spanish Architecture, London, 1938.
Bony, Jean, and Martin Hürlimann, French Cathedrals, London, 1951.
Braunfels, Wolfgang, Monasteries of Western Europe: The Architecture of the Orders, Princeton and London, 1972.
Calkins, Robert G., Illuminated Books of the Middle Ages, Ithaca, N.Y., 1983.
—, Monuments of Medieval Art, New York, 1979.
—, Programs of Medieval Illumination, Lawrence, Kan., 1984.
Conant, Kenneth John, Carolingian and Romanesque Architecture: 800 to 1200 (Pe ican History of Art), Harmondsworth, 1959.
Davis-Weyer, Caecilia, Early Medieval Art, 300-1154 (Sources and Documents in the History of Art), Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1971.
Dehio, G., and G. von Bezold, Die Kirchliche Baukunst des Abendlandes, 7 vols., Stuttgart, 1884‐ 1901.
Demus, Otto, Byzantine Art and the West, New York, 1970.

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