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Historical Archive: Architecture and its associated media in situ, c.1450 to c.1750
See also the separate pages for architectural sculpture not on its buildings in the Object Type Index.
Works are listed in roughly chronological order.


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iconostasis mostly 14th-16th c., Novgorod Cathedral, which has its own interior page
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Arezzo, church of San Francesco, Piero della Francesca frescoes: Legend of the True Cross, 1452-66. For another view see Arezzo churches.
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stained glass windows: Goro di Bartolomeo, Leonardo di Bartolomeo, Bartolommeo d'Andrea Bocchi 1453-54, Pisa cathedral, which has its own pages
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Andrea Cavalcanti (il Buggiano), Cardini (Trinity) chapel, 1453-58, San Francesco, Pescia, which has its own page
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Aachen cathedral, Chapel of SS. Charles (Charlemagne) and Hubert, 1455-74. The cathedral has its own pages.
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Chapel of the Magi (right) 1460, Roskilde cathedral, which has its own page
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north porch 1461-85, Roskilde cathedral, which has its own page
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central tower 1465-74, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Lille, Hospice Comtesse, Hall of the Sick, 1468-72. For interior and exterior views see líHospice Comtesse.
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Chapelle Molitor, c.1470, Sion, Valère basilica, which has its own interior page with additional views
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right: Aachen cathedral, Chapel of SS. Nicholas and Michael 1473-85. The cathedral has its own pages.
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Altneuschul, Prague, bimah with grille after 1483. This work has its own pages.
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Kryvtsov and Myshkin of Pskov, core of structure 1484-89, Moscow Annunciation Cathedral, which has its own page. Palace of Facets on right, Marco Ruffo and Pietro Solario 1492
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cloister current form late 15th c., tracery 1764-69, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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central tower second storey c.1490, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Prior Castell's Clock 1494-1519, renovated 1620-38, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Canterbury cathedral, crossing tower 1498. The cathedral has its own exterior and interior pages.
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"House of Abraham," Sens, 16th c., which has its own page
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Sion Cathedral, chapel of the ossuary, c.1500-25; baptismal font with 1621 wood cover. This work has its own page.
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internal portal early 16th c., Moscow Annunciation Cathedral, which has its own page
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Giuseppe Stagi, Francesco Mosca, Lorenzi Stoldo 1505-c.1577: south transept chapel, Pisa cathedral, which has its own pages
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Chartres cathedral, northwest tower spire Jean Texier/Jehan de Beauce 1507-1513. For context see Chartres.
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ambulatory ceiling of Leo X (1513-27), Lateran Baptistery octagon, Rome. The baptistery octagon and narthex have their own interior page.
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Chartres cathedral, chancel screen Jean Texier/Jehan de Beauce 1514-29; 1526 astronomical clock. For more views see Chartres.
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Trinity, Sophia, Holy Face 1528, Novgorod Cathedral, which has its own exterior page
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tomb of Bede 1542, Galilee, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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left: east wing c.1550, Kloster Wienhausen, which has its own pages
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Chapel of the Immaculate Conception c.1550-1600, San Francesco, Pescia, which has its own page
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porch and entry 1570, Moscow Annunciation Cathedral, which has its own page
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1573 ceiling, Lateran Baptistery, Rome. The baptistery octagon and narthex have their own interior page.
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Altar: large marble table 1573, in Ravenna, Orthodox baptistery, which has its own pages.
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cell of Engel Wennes, painted 1593, Kloster Wienhausen, which has its own pages
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coffered ceiling, design 1596, Pisa cathedral, which has its own pages
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Hall of the Sick, north wall and 17th c. gallery, Lille, Hospice Comtesse, which has its own page with more views.
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Altneuschul, Prague, vestibule with 17th-c. safes for Jewish tax money. This work has its own pages.
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Novgorod Cathedral south door and window above 17th c.; former residence of the Metropolitan (left), ground floor partly 17th c., the rest P.R. Nikitin 1770s. For other exterior views see cathedral exterior.
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Chapel of Christian IV, Lorenz Steenwinckel c.1620, Roskilde cathedral, which has its own page
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upper level and Bernini dome for Urban VIII, 1630-33, Lateran Baptistery octagon, Rome. The baptistery octagon and narthex have their own interior page.
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Paris, St. Julien le Pauvre, west façade, mid 17th c., which has its own page.
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Lille, Hospice Comtesse, 1650 wing designed by Julien Destrée, 1724 wing on right. For additional views see líHospice Comtesse.
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apse, chancel paintings 1652, Gol stave church, Oslo NMCH, which has its own page
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Lille, Hospice Comtesse, chapel 1652-57. For additional views see líHospice Comtesse.
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1663 James Clement wooden font cover with 1846 baptismal font, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages with Clement 1665 choir stalls
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Aachen cathedral, dome of octagon 1664. The cathedral has its own pages.
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nave vault 1694 (supports and rafters medieval), Gol stave church, Oslo NMCH, which has its own page
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bell tower rebuilt 1701, Kloster Wienhausen, which has its own pages
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Kloster Wienhausen/parish church, expanded and reworked 1701-05, which has its own page
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residence of the abbess 1713, Kloster Wienhausen, which has its own pages
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bell tower Carlo Antonio Arrighi, 1718-19, San Francesco, Pescia, which has its own page
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Giovanni Francesco Buonamici, 1734-45 Ravenna cathedral. For other views see Neonian Baptistery.
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right: residence of the prioress 1735, Kloster Wienhausen, which has its own pages
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1747 plaque on font exterior, in Ravenna, Orthodox baptistery, which has its own pages.