The Origins of Medieval Architecture: Building in Europe, A.D. 600-900
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The Origins of Medieval Architecture: Building in Europe, A.D. 600-900

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This book is the first devoted to the important innovations in architecture that took place in western Europe between the death of emperor Justinian in A.D. 565 and the tenth century. During this period of transition from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages, the Early Christian basilica was transformed in both form and function.Charles B. McClendon draws on rich documentary...more
Hardcover, 280 pages
Published October 18th 2005 by Yale University Press
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