Cathedrals and castles: building in the Middle Ages
Photographs, drawings, and details of manuscript illuminations tell the story of the birth of the building trades and the changes in society they reflected, revealing how Gothic cathedrals, great castles, bridges, houses, and city walls were designed and built. Original.
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Review: Cathedrals and Castles: Building in the Middle AgesUser Review - Goodreads
As I was cleaning out my archetecture books to send to a nephew who is an architect, I found this and since it was small I read it. Great pictures and illustrations, minimal text, and nice selection ...
Review: Cathedrals and Castles: Building in the Middle AgesUser Review - Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides - Goodreads
Wow, what a stunning little book. Actually, "little" may be its chief drawback. It reproduces excellent manuscripts, illustrations, architectural plans, seals, drawings, documents (mainly contracts ... Read full review