Cathedral: The Story of Its Construction Resources & Further Study

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Branner, Robert. Gothic Architecture.

Great Ages of World Architecture Series. New York: George Braziller, 1961. A good basic reference for students. Well illustrated.

Burger, Nash K. "Cathedral" New York Times Book Review (December 16, 1973): 10. This is the best of the short reviews that followed publication of the book.

Duby, Georges. The Europe of the Cathedrals, 1140-1280. Geneva: Skira, 1966. The particular value of this book lies in the way it connects architectural features with theological ideas. It also has the loveliest color photographs of any books listed here.

Gimpel, Jean. The Cathedral Builders.

New York: Grove Press, 1983. Relatively accessible to younger readers, this book is helpful for student reports on the different types of workers employed in building a cathedral.

Harvey, John. The Gothic World, 11001600. London: Batsford, 1950. This book provides social background for the Gothic era.

Horizon Magazine. Master Builders of the Middle Ages. New York: Harper, 1968.

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