Gothic architecture completed in 1220 after fire damaged previous churches "high point of French Gothic art"
Holy Tunic of Mary Chartres Cathedral Given to church in 9th century AD
Cologne Cathedral of St. Peter
Gothic architecture location occupied by Christian buildings since 4th century AD construction began in 1248, wasn't completed until 1880
continuation of the aisled spaces to form a continuous processional way
extrusion of a single curve along a given distance.
a vault supported by or decorated with diagonal ribs.
semicircular recess covered with a semi-dome/half-dome
site of the bishop's seat
junction of the four arms of a cruciform (cross-shaped) church
long narrow central hall in a cruciform church
projecting chapels arranged radially around the ambulatory (only on the east end)
one of the lateral aisles of a building
either of the two parts forming the arms of the cross shape
entrance/lobby area in a church
semi-circular or triangular decorative wall surface over an entrance, door or window
arched stone/brick structure built against a wall to help give it strength
where monks reside
church to which pilgrimages are regularly made, or a church along a pilgrimage route (St. Foy, Le Puy)
flourished in Europe during the high and late medieval period characterized by cavernous spaces with the expanse of walls broken up by overlaid tracery (circular stonework that holds stained glass) developed in France
architectural style of medieval Europe characterized by semi-circular arches simpler, more interior decorations/ornaments developed in Italy