Ch. 12 Study list

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none
of
the
elements
that
comprised
 Gothic
architecture
were
new
to
the
period,
these
elements
were
brought
together
for
 the
first
time
in
the
renovation
of
the
eighth
century
Church
of
St.‐Denis.

 
 • 
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 • • • • 
 • The
soaring
engineering,
structural,
and
aesthetic
feats
of
Gothic
builders
reached
a
 climax
by
the
mid‐thirteenth
century;
later
churches
were
less
ambitious.
Late
Gothic
 architecture
was
characterized
by
profuse
ornamentation.
 Early
Gothic
jamb
figures
represent
th...
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