Table of Contents: Paul Binski, The Piscina in Saint-Urbain at Troyes and Chateau d'Amour - Robert Bork, Ars Sine Historia Nihi Est: How the "story deficit" doomed Gothic - Christoph Brachmann, "Te bene dotavit ...": Heinrich of Finstingen, Archbishop of Trier (1260-1286), as Patron - Thomas Coomans, Architectural Competition in a University Town: The Mendicant Friaries in Late-Medieval Louvain - Klara Benesovska and Zoe Opacic, Wenceslas IV and the Chapel of Corpus Christi in the New Town of Prague - Michael T. Davis, "Fitting to the Requirements of the Place": The Franciscan Church of Sainte-Marie-Madeleine in Paris - Peter Draper, Cell Vaults in the Architecture of Islam and the West - Ja? Elsner, The "Golden Age" of Gothic - Peter Fergusson, Abbot Anslem's Gate Tower at Bury St Edmunds - Eric Fernie, Systems of Length in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Hellenistic and Roman periods - Christian Freigang, Imitatio in Gothic Architecture: Forms vs. Procedures - Alexandra Gajewski, The Choir of the Abbey Church at Vezelay and the Cult of Mary Magdalene - Yves Gallet, A Medieval Ground-Plan of the Wernerkapelle at Bacharach: Plan no. 6 verso in the Musee de l'uvre Notre-Dame at Strasbourg - John Goodall, The Lodgings of Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland (c 1449-1489), Warkworth Castle, Northumberland - T.A. Heslop, The Nave of Attleborough, Norfolk, and the Architecture of Unknowing - Virginia Jansen, Displacements at Medieval Salisbury, Old Sarum, and Wilton - Tim Juckes, The Kosice Burghers and their Blood. Cult Management, Plan Change and Church-building in Late Medieval Hungary - Peter Kurmann, From a Restoration to a Peculiar Design: The Form of the Piers in the Nave of the Collegiate Church at Saint-Quentin (Frst Third of the 14th Century) - Linda Monckton, Orthodoxy, Religion and Architecture in the Early Sixteenth Century: the Patronage of Bishop Fox at Winchester Cathedral - Stephen Murray, Stories of Saint-Denis. The Rhetoric of Persuasion - Norbert Nussbaum, Planning and Building without Writing: Questions of Communication in Gothic Masons' Lodges - Wolfgang Schenkluhn, The Drawings in the Lodge Book of Villard de Honnecourt - Marc Carel Schurr, The Liebfrauenkirche in Trier - Form and Meaning at the Dawn of Gothic Architecture in the Holy Roman Empire - Markus Spath, Architectural Representation and Monastic Identity: the Medieval Seal Images of Christchurch Canterbury - Tomasz Torbus, The King and his Patronage: Sigismund I the Elder and the Royal Castle on Wawel Hill in Krakow - Christopher Wilson, Why did Peter Parler come to South-West England? - Tomasz Weclawowicz, The Fourteenth-Century Gothic Churches in Krakow: the Question of Iconography.
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