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Norman Gothic

This style was characterized by semi-circular arched windows, cylindrical piersband flat buttresses

Transitional Gothic

This style was characterized by pointed arches introduced into structures with Romanesque character

Early English Gothic

-This style was characterized by long, pointed, narrow, lancet windows

-Use of projecting buttresses, pinnacles and steep-pitched roofs

-Minimal ornamentation and less detailed tracery

-Notable building: Salisbury Cathedral

Called Lancet or First Pointed Style

Decorated Gothic

-This style was characterized by fanciful window tracery

-Elaborate windows are subdivided by closely spaced mullions, the mullions then branch out and cross, intersecting to fill the top part of the window with elaborate tracery

-The style started out as geometrical at first but later omitted the circles in window for more flowing design

-Notable design: West Front of York Minster

Also called Second Pointed

Decorated Geometric Style

Upper part of the window is surmounted by a circle

A style from the Decorated Gothic Period

Decorated Curvilinear Style

The upper part of the window head might be filled with trefoils, quatrefoils or dagger shapes

A style from the Decorated Gothic period

Perpendicular Gothic

-This style was characterized by an emphasis on strong vertical lines in window tracery and wall paneling

-Notable building: Gloucester Cathedral

Also called 3rd Pointed, Rectilinear, International Gothic or Late Gothic

Tudor Gothic

This style was a shift from the pointed, ornate Gothic style to a more subdued style

Also called Late Perpendicular

Elizabethan Gothic

Was characterized by the use of mullioned windows

Tudor Arch

A four-centered arch

Oriel Window

Projects from the wall supported by brackets or corbels

Half Timbering

Use of wooden support and frame with the spaces between filled with lighter materials such as bricks or plaster

Broached Spire

Has a square base but is gradually carried into a tapering octagonal spire


Royal Arms of England


Was a mark of the beaufort lineage of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor Dynasty

Tudor Rose

Royal Emblem of England


Projecting ornament use to cover the intersections of the ribs