The Jacobin Church of Toulouse and the Origin of Its Double-Nave Plan

Sundt, Richard A.
June 1989
Art Bulletin;Jun89, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p185
Academic Journal
Analyzes the employment of double-nave planning at the church of the Dominican Order of Toulouse, France. Phases of the construction of the church; Theories on the origin of the double-nave plan; Regard of the Dominicans for their churches.


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