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Unformatted text preview: faith. Once it was decided that a cathedral was going to be built, the entire town pitched in and helped to build it. But building a cathedral wasn’t all that easy. Cathedrals took as long as decades to complete because of their intricate designs. The members of the town, commonly the laborers and artisans, worked to build them. Cathedrals were made of many parts. During the Gothic Period, the distinguishing features of the cathedrals of that time were tall spires, pointed arches, flying buttresses, stained glass windows, and carved statues....
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course RECON 69 taught by Professor Bahls during the Spring '98 term at Northeastern.
- Spring '98