Instructions Du Comité Historique Des Arts Et Monuments: Architecture Gallo-romaine Et Architecture Du Moyen-àge... (Hardcover)
This is a comprehensive study of the architecture of Gaul and France during the Roman and medieval periods. Written by a committee of leading French historians and architects, it offers a detailed analysis of the styles, techniques, and influences of these two important periods of architectural history.
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