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Relating to or denoting a French style of Gothic architecture prevalent from c.1230 to c.1350, characterized by distinctive rose windows. The word is French and means literally ‘radiating’, from the pattern of radiating lights in the windows.

Subjects: Architecture — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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