English Gothic is the name of the architectural style that flourished in England
from about 1180 until about 1520. As with the Gothic architecture of other parts of
Europe, English Gothic is defined...
Starting with Saint-Denis, this became a feature of Gothic cathedrals. .... Socles:
Architectural term referring to the lower panels of a portal, often located under ...
A glossary of terms for Gothic & Medieval architecture. ... Sometimes defined as
the central aisle only. newel - the supporting upright pillar around which winding
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definitions of the centuries, it's best to go back to the origin of the word Gothic,
and to ...
In ancient Roman architecture, a large rectangular building used as a ... The term
is also used to describe the entire east end of a church beyond the crossing. ... a
French Gothic cathedral, with its apse, ambulatory, and radiating chapels.
The Earthlore Gothic Dreams study reference glossary of architectural terms ...
Basilica : A term sometimes used in reference to a cathedral for ceremonial ...
The term Gothic was first used during the later Renaissance, and as a term of
contempt. Says Vasari, "Then arose new architects who after the manner of their
May 20, 1997 ... An illustrated and cross-referenced dictionary of mainly architectural terms from
Jane Vadnal of the University of Pittsburgh.
In Gothic architecture, a flying buttress is a freestanding element connected by ...
Campanile, term only applied to a bell tower which is detached from a church.
Pictures illustrating the definition of 'Gothic' in the Illustrated Dictionary of British
Churches, History and Architecture. Part of the Britain Express Historic churches