Early English

Term applied to the first part of the Gothic style of architecture which flourished c. 1180-1275.
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Early English

In architecture, the first of the three periods of the English Gothic style, late 12th century to late 13th century. It is characterized by tall, elongated windows (lancets) without mullions...
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Early English

An architectural style dating from about 1190-1250AD. It is a sub-style of the Gothic period of Medieval architecture. This period had large windows of stained glass in churches. It is not as elaborate as other styles and was common in Cistercian monasteries.
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Early English

An architectural style dating from the late 12th to the late 13th century, characterised by the earliest use of pointed arches and representing the beginning of the Gothic period
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Early English

Early English architecture was the first of the pointed or Gothic styles of architecture that prevailed in England. It succeeded the Norman in the reign of Richard I (1189), and continued to the end of the reign of Henry II in 1272, a period of 123 years when it gradually merged into the Decorated style - some argue that the Early English style con...
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Early English

(architecture) In architecture, the first of the three periods of the English Gothic style, late 12th century to late 13th century. It is characterized by tall, elongated windows (lancets) without mullions (horizontal bars), often gro...
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Early English

An architectural style dating from the late 12th to the late 13th century, characterised by the earliest use of pointed arches and representing the beginning of the Gothic period
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