In The Context of the Aisles of the Abbey Church at Cluny, C. Edson Armi examines the construction, structure, and design of the ruined aisles of the abbey church at Cluny, the largest Christian basilica in the eleventh century. The empirical study of a peripheral part of the mother church of the Cluniac Order reveals new information about the context of creation, the synthesis of masonry traditions, and the originality of architectural ideas at the abbey.

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