Master Builders of the Middle Ages
American Heritage Publishing Company; book trade and institutional distribution by Harper & Row, 1969 - Architecture, Gothic - 153 pages
Describes the beginning and development of Gothic architecture as manifested in the massive European cathedrals. Focuses on the lives of those involved with the new architectural crusade--laborers, artisans, and churchmen.
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