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Architecture and Society in Normandy 1120-1270


Yale University Press, £45, CT Bookshop £40.50;

0-300-10686-6

Behold the Lamb: this detail of a cloister spandrel at Mont St Michel in France comes from Architecture and Society in Normandy 1120-1270 by Lindy Grant. It considers not merely the buildings, but those who used them.

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