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Building the Medieval World The close connection between architecture and daily life was true in the Middle Ages, from castles, cathedrals and country estates to towns and rural dwellings. This book offers an opportunity to look in detail at medieval architecture, as it appeared in contemporary manuscripts. Full description
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"A feast for the eyes."--"The Bloomsbury Review"
A feast for the eyes. "The Bloomsbury Review""
A feast for the eyes. The Bloomsbury Review"
"A feast for the eyes."--The Bloomsbury Review
-A feast for the eyes.---The Bloomsbury ReviewAbout the Author:
Christine Sciacca is assistant curator in the Department of Manuscripts at the J. Paul Getty Museum. She has taught architectural history at Columbia University, New York, and served as a fellow at the Walters Art Museum, Maryland
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