Cathedral: Amiens- The Facade

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The Great Courses, 2010.
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(2010). Cathedral: Amiens- The Facade . The Great Courses.

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    [synopsis] => The front of the Cathedral of Amiens is the single greatest sculptural display in all of Gothic decoration. Here, make sense of the complexities and details of the cathedral's facade by approaching its larger-than-life sculptures from the point of view of the 13th-century people for whom they were built.
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