An Investigation into the Uneven Distribution of Early Gothic Churches in the Paris Basin, 1140-1240

James, John
March 1984
Art Bulletin;Mar1984, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
Presents an investigation into the uneven distribution of Gothic churches in the Paris Basin during 1140-1240. Evolution of Gothic architecture in France; Reasons for the uneven distribution; Number of churches studied.


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