Thomas de Cormont
architect; d. 1228.
Thomas de Cormont assisted Robert de Luzarches at the cathedral of Amiens (Somme, France), and succeeded him as architect (maître d'œuvre) in 1223. He continued the work according to the plans of Robert de Luzarches and carried the nave up to the springing of the great vaults. He was assisted and succeeded by his son Reynaud de Cormont.
Ancient gate of the castle of Smyrna, with the horseshoe arch; built in the thirteenth century by Jean Ducas.