great cathedrals

Introduction The Middle Ages by David Adams LeemingIntroduction The Middle Ages by David Adams Leeming
There was notheing which medieval people liked better, or did better, than sorting out and tidying up. Of all our modern inventions I suspect that they would most have admired the card index
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The Middle Ages by David Adams LeemingThe Middle Ages by David Adams Leeming
There was notheing which medieval people liked better, or did better, than sorting out and tidying up. Of all our modern inventions I suspect that they would most have admired the card index
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In our last lecture, we watched our distant ancestors descend from the trees into a brave new world, filled with new evolutionary challengesIn our last lecture, we watched our distant ancestors descend from the trees into a brave new world, filled with new evolutionary challenges
Among the many cultural landmarks it led to were sexual privacy, the Stradivarius violin, and the French Revolution…
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Visual Evidence: The Gothic Cathedral at ChartresVisual Evidence: The Gothic Cathedral at Chartres
Analysis and Outside Sources sections. Each section is designed to build upon the one before it, taking you progressively deeper into the subject you are studying
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Is Art Worth a Life?Is Art Worth a Life?
The Monuments Men. The men and women serving as Monuments Men Officers put themselves at risk to protect cultural buildings and artifacts throughout the war. The idea of giving up one’s life to save a work of art is thought-provoking and can be the catalyst
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Heaven in Stone and Glass: Experiencing the Spirituality of the Gothic Cathedrals by Robert Barron, 2000, 128 pagesHeaven in Stone and Glass: Experiencing the Spirituality of the Gothic Cathedrals by Robert Barron, 2000, 128 pages
E concrete, and we can’t see beyond it. These massive buildings served and still serve as pointers to the spiritual world, if we let them
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Church Architecture: a crash Course by Greg Otterstatter Click on the links in parenthesis to view photosChurch Architecture: a crash Course by Greg Otterstatter Click on the links in parenthesis to view photos
The one room format: Early Christians gathered in private homes where a room was set aside for worship. These gatherings were intimate; people were close to each other and the pastor. This arrangement is making a comeback today
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