A Medieval Cathedral by Fiona Macdonald

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Inside Story - A Medieval Cathedral takes you back in time to learn how some of the most magnificent structures in Europe were built. Through beautiful illustrations and thoroughly researched information, you will learn how Medieval cathedrals were built, what life was like for the workers, where the stone for the cathedrals was prepared, how cathedrals have evolved from the Medieval times to today, and more.

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Award-winning author Fiona Macdonald studied history at Cambridge and is the author of more than 100 information books for young people. Dr. John James is a world authority on medieval architecture, author of over sixty books and articles.
Published August 31, 1992 by Hodder Wayland. 48 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography, Children's Books, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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 The author of A Medieval Castle, also in the ``Inside Story'' series, presents the ingenious, devoted, and indefatigable builders who perfected the medieval cathedral as a stone prayer to God and a place of community pride.

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