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Walter Horn and Ernest Born

The Plan of St. Gall: A Study of the Architecture & Economy of, & Life in a Paradigmatic Carolingian Monastery

The Plan of St. Gall. A Study of the Architecture and Economy of, and Life in a Paradigmatic Carolingian Monastery, von Walter Horn und Ernest Born mit einem Vorwort von Wolfgang Braunfels, einer Übersetzung der Consuetudines des Adalhard, 753-826, dem neunten Abt von Corbie ins Englische von Charles W. Jones und einer Abhandlung von A. Hunter Dupee über die Bedeutung des St. Galler Klosterplanes für die Geschichte der Vermessung (= California Studies in the History of Art 19), 3 Bde., Berkeley/Los Angeles /London 1979

Volume One

Plan of St.Gall: v.1

I. Previous Literature, Origin, Purpose and Special Problems
II. The Monastery Church
III. The Cloisters & The Abbot's House
IV. The Monastic Polity

Volume Two

Plan of St.Gall: v.2

V. The Guest & The Service Buildings
VI. The Plan of St. Gall & Its Effect On Later Monastic Planning

Volume Three

Plan of St.Gall: v.3

Appendix I. A Catalogue Of The Explanatory Titles Of The Plan Of St. Gall
Appendix II. The Customs Of Corbie (Consuetudines Corrbeienses), a translation by Charles W. Jones
Appendix III. The Significance Of The Plan Of St. Gall To The History Of Measurement, by A. Hunter Dupree