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Notre-Dame de Paris

Author: Alain Erlande-Brandenburg
Publisher: New York : Harry N. Abrams, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Set between the two arms of the river Seine, the lle de la Cite offers the passerby one of the most beautiful jewels of the French capital, and one of Europe's masterpieces of Gothic architecture: the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris."--BOOK JACKET. "After recounting the events linking Notre-Dame to the city of Paris, author Alain Erlande-Brandenburg explains how the city, which Clovis made his capital in the sixth  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alain Erlande-Brandenburg
ISBN: 0810913941 9780810913943
OCLC Number: 37782917
Description: 256 p. : col. ill. ; 36 cm.
Other Titles: Notre-Dame de Paris.
Responsibility: Alain Erlande-Brandenburg ; photographs by Caroline Rose ; translated by John Goodman.

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"Set between the two arms of the river Seine, the lle de la Cite offers the passerby one of the most beautiful jewels of the French capital, and one of Europe's masterpieces of Gothic architecture: the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris."--BOOK JACKET. "After recounting the events linking Notre-Dame to the city of Paris, author Alain Erlande-Brandenburg explains how the city, which Clovis made his capital in the sixth century, acquired an ancient cathedral that was rebuilt beginning in the twelfth century. The history of the cathedral's construction, as well as its restoration in the nineteenth century, is recounted in detail in this exhaustive study. Particular attention is also devoted to the building's abundant sculpture, especially the moving remnants of the twelfth- and thirteenth-century programs now preserved in the Musee de Cluny."--BOOK JACKET.

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