Maintained by Alison Stones, a professor of the History of Art and Architecture at the University of Pittsburgh, this Website offers high-quality images of plans, drawings, details, and photographs of a number of Medieval architectural achievements in England and France. The site also boasts an extensive Glossary of Medieval Art that is invaluable for anyone who wants to know the difference between a nave, a choir, and a transept or just what, architecturally speaking, a "flying buttress" really is. The images can be viewed in thumbnail versions or full-scale, for which Stones wisely recommends an external viewer. One caveat: the site is still under construction, and we were unable to link to a few maps and images.
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