These researchs concern a church build up between the end of the twelfth century and the end of the fourteenth century. Based on the combination of archeological observations and written and iconographical sources, these researchs have two objectives. On the first hand, they aim at bringing to the fore the general evolution of the edifice and, on the second hand, they aim at understanding the origin and the meanings of its architectural shapes.
|Effective start/end date||1/09/98 → 31/08/05|
- Meuse Valley
- Holy Cross church
- Middle Age
- gothic architecture
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