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An analysis of Gothic architecture; illustrated by a series of upwards of seven hundred examples of doorways, windows, mouldings, roofs, arches,crosses, panels, buttresses, seats, screens, etc., and accompanied with remarks on the several details of an ecclesiastical edifice.

Title:An analysis of Gothic architecture; illustrated by a series of upwards of seven hundred examples of doorways, windows, mouldings, roofs, arches,crosses, panels, buttresses, seats, screens, etc., and accompanied with remarks on the several details of an ecclesiastical edifice.
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Note:Edinburgh, J. Grant, 1903
  
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Subject:Architecture, Gothic
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