Gothic Architecture

Gothic Architecture, a varied style of architecture distinguished by its high and sharply-pointed arches, clustered columns, which had its origin in the Middle Ages, and prevailed from the 12th to the 15th centuries, though the term Gothic was originally applied to it as indicating a barbarous degeneracy from the classic, which it superseded.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Gothenburg * Gothland
Goshen
Gospels
Gosport
Gosse, Edmund
Gosse, Philip Henry
Gotha
Gotham
Gothamites
Gothard, St.
Gothenburg
Gothic Architecture
Gothland
Goths
Gottfried von Strasburg
Göttingen
Gottsched, Johann Christoph
Gough, Hugh, Viscount
Gough, J. B.
Goujon, Jean
Gould, John
Gounod, Charles François

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