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Cathedral of Bologna, constructed on the same [eqilateral triangle] principle, according to the original design for this church, but when it was completed in the fifteenth century the height of the nave was diminished as shown.
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Capital from the nave of the Cathedral of Modena.
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Plan of one of the pillars of the nave of the Cathedral of Modena; twelfth century. This sort of pillar, square on plan, with half a column on each face, may be seen in several buildings, and is a feature of the Gothic style of this period.
Plan of the Confession under the choir of the Cathedral of Modena.
Ground plan of the Cathedral of Modena; of the twelfth century.
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Longitudinal section of the Cathedral at Modena.
Longitudinal section of the Cathedral of Modena; in the twelfth century.
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Fašade of the Cathedral of Modena.
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Mixture of two kinds of arches from the Cathedral of Modena; the longitudinal section shows only semicircular arches, in the transverse section is seen the pointed arch of the nave, introduced at the time of a restoration in the eleventh or twelfth centuries.
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Column from the Cathedral of Modena.
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Base, capital, and architrave from one of the columns of the principal door of the Cathedral of Modena.
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Other bases, capitals, and entablatures, from the same.
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