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Unformatted text preview: porches to each side of the transept which contained important sculptures; had a triforium; had a one to one correspondence between the nave opening and the arcade, which were only separated by a triforium The construction of Ste. Chapelle, Paris was under the reign of Louis IX. It had two churches- one lower and one higher. Wall is completely worked in glass with minimum masonry. In the interior of English gothic churches, like the Canterbury Cathedral, there is usually a feeling of greater solidity, and that the church is narrower and darker. In the Lincoln Cathedral, England, the horizontal registers across front of building. The wall of the apse is flat, not circumnavigating amulatories like in the French gothic. It contained a Chapter House which was a meeting place for the monks and was highly decorated. The Lincoln Cathedral had a double transept...
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- Spring '07