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How does the Gothic Architecture fit into the idea of the "dark ages?" Whoever answers this question first, but correctly gets a free medal.

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    Gothic Architecture is a style of architecture developed between the Romanesque and the Renaissance styles of architecture. The history of Gothic architecture and the changing styles of buildings are characterized by the introduction of stained-glass windows, gargoyles, flying buttresses, tall spires and pointed arches. The different types of English Gothic Architecture styles are divided into three distinct phases: Early English Gothic Style ( also called Lancet Gothic) - 1200 to 1300. This was named from the lancet arch which was an acutely pointed Gothic arch, like a lance Decorated Gothic Style - 1300 to 1400 Perpendicular Gothic Style - 1400 to 1500 Check out this website homie ~> http://m.medieval-life-and-times.info/medieval-art/history-of-gothic-architecture.htm

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