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Medieval Art & Architecture in Saxony

The Courtauld Institute & Harvard University Doctoral Students Trip, 2007

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Day 6 - Meissen Dom Exterior, including tower and roof-space (click here for interior)

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South flank of nave and west towers

Lean-to sheds between nave buttresses

Lean-to sheds between nave buttresses

Blind tracery and interlocking gables on buttress

Tell-tale spots where lifting-iron holes have been filled

Richly crocketted pinacle

Roof struts over the nave

Roof struts over the nave

Roof struts over the nave

Domed surface over the nave vaults

Roof struts over the nave

Doorway from roof-space to crossing tower

Butting of roof-struts

Roof structure over one of the transepts

View from external catwalks

An elevated open-air lecture hall...

Following the catwalk through the buttresses

Interlacing window tracery

Recently re-leaded windows

Recently re-leaded windows - detail

A rare up-close encounter with the clerestory windows

Tim sandwiched by Prof.s Hamburger and Crossley

Our irrepressibly cheerful driver, Chris

View down to the Albrechtsburg

View down to the Albrechtsburg

View of the Elbe

View from the crossing tower

View from the crossing tower

The old town and the Frauenkirche

View from the crossing tower

Looking up inside the perforated crossing tower

Looking up inside the perforated crossing tower

The western towers

The western towers

The western towers

Professor Crossley and Dombaumeister, Herr Donath
 
Herr Donath explaining the stages of construction