The substance of Gothic; six lectures on the development of architecture from Charlemagne to Henry VIII, given at the Lowell Institute, Boston, in November and December, 1916, by Ralph Adams Cram.


Boston, Marshall Jones Company, 1917.

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Subjects Architecture gothique.
Architecture médiévale.
Architecture, Gothic.
Architecture, Medieval.
Civilisation médiévale.
Civilization, Medieval.
Description xviii pages, 2 leaves, 200 pages frontispiece (portrait) 21 cm
Copyright Date 1917.
Contents The quarry of antiquity.--The age of Charlemagne.--The great awakening.--The epoch of transition.--The mediæval synthesis.--The decadence and the new paganism.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2100070
(OCoLC)ocm02100070
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WorldCat Identities Cram, Ralph Adams, 1863-1942.
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