The Holy Grail on medieval architecture

A friend of my parrents gave them this link so I could use it as a reference. It’s an architectural dictionary and even though everything is in French and I don’t understand a word of it, it’s absolutely awesome. Most articles are suplied with plenty of technical drawings and/or floorplans and have an assload of text to them that’s probably very descriptive (haven’t tried deciphering any of it yet, my French is that bad). There’s a lot on gothic architecture as well as military and civilian buildings. It deals with stuff from the 11th to the 16th century.

In any case, I just thought I’d share it in hope sthat somebody might find it useful:
p.s. this is the correct board for stuff like this, right?

cool thanks :slight_smile:

Try this

I think it points to the same site but with some of it translated into English, and also the rest of the “Tomes?”:confused:

Yeah, nine ‘Tomes’ (Volumes I think) each about 500 pages. I accidentaly linked to an article instead of the index. Sorry about that. Fixed it.

You got it right, Volume is the translation of Tome in this case.