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Cathedral - Wikipedia

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A cathedral is a Christian church which contains the seat of a bishop, thus serving as the .... It appears that similar cathedrals of double-basilica and baptistry were soon afterwards erected in Mi...

Cathedral Building in the Middle Ages - Durham World Heritage Site

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The building of monumental cathedrals in the middle ages was a reflection of ... these were a minority, and the dominant feeling was one of great enthusiasm, ...

Medieval Cathedrals - History Learning Site

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Cathedrals were far larger than castles – symbolic of their huge importance to ... labourers who lived near to where a cathedral was being built would do this.

Why did they build expensive medieval churches? - Marginal ...

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May 31, 2008 ... Religious architecture and art were to medieval feudalism what advertising .... Asking why they built Cathedrals frames the question in modern ...

BBC - History - British History in depth: The Cathedrals of Britain

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Salisbury Cathedral is one of twenty cathedrals that were built after the Battle of Hastings in 1066 when William the Conqueror seized control of England and ...

Gothic Cathedrals - Medieval Cathedrals - Quatr.us

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Most famous medieval cathedrals are in Europe (where the Christians were), and they were built between about 1000 and 1600 AD, during the Middle Ages.

Cathedrals in the Middle Ages | Middle Ages - The Finer Times

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In the medieval times, monumental cathedrals were built to symbolize of faith and a display of creativity within the middle ages society in Europe.

The Cathedrals - YESNet

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CATHEDRALS AND MEDIEVAL ART. WHY WERE THEY BUILT? The word " cathedral" comes from the Latin word cathedral, meaning a chair or throne.

Europe's Great Gothic Cathedrals Weren't Built Just of Concrete ...

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Jan 9, 2015 ... It was assumed that the iron rods and reinforcements visable in Gothic cathedrals were installed by later generations in order to help brace the ...

Cathedrals - Life in the Middle Ages - Sites - Google

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Cathedrals were beautiful churches that were built in order to honor God. Many cathedrals were built in the shape of a cross to showcase the religious origins.