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  • 1200 Years of Italian Sculpture: Gothic - Architectural details predominate in this collection of photographs from Thais.
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  • The Age of Carpentry: The New Art and Society in Plantagent England - In this lecture Christopher Currie argues that England excelled in Gothic structural carpentry. Text without illustrations.
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  • Earthlore: Gothic Dreams - A lively and illustrated introduction to the monumental churches and cathedrals of the Middle Ages, with a feature on Notre Dame de Paris.
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  • European Route of Brick Gothic - Project aiming to survey medieval buildings in brick in cities around the Baltic Sea and promote a thematic tourist route.
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  • Gothic Dreams - An exploration and study of churches and cathedrals in the Gothic style. Features include: histories, study guides, glossaries and galleries.
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  • Gothic Style Brick Buildings - Information on structures in the Mecklenburg, Vorpommern region of Germany.
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  • Medieval Architecture - Clickable thumbnails of photos and drawings illustrating Early Gothic with links to the High Gothic period, from the Digital Archive of Architecture.
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  • Medieval Architecture: High Gothic - Slides of major Gothic buildings from Jeffery Howe's Digital Archive of Architecture: Notre Dame, Chartres; Notre Dame, Amiens; St. Etienne, Bourges; Ste. Chapelle, Paris; Cologne Cathedral.
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  • The Nature of Gothic - An extract from John Ruskin's influential book "The Stones of Venice" (1851-3).
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  • New York Carver - A virtual Gothic cathedral project, featuring articles, photo galleries of Gothic architectural details and an illustrated glossary of terms. Image of the day, screensaver, newsletter, resources.
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  • Sculpture for Buildings: Medieval Europe - The Metropolitan Museum of Art uses its extensive collection to present an online tutorial.
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  • St. Joseph Messenger: Architecture - For young viewers...a concise answer to the question: What makes it Gothic?
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  • Wikipedia: Gothic Architecture - An illustrated description of the origins and characteristics of the style and its variants and revival. It includes a list of notable Gothic structures.
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