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[Photograph]. ARTstor Collection. Retrieved from ARTstor.

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Chartres: Cathedral: Ext.: roof: det.: gargoyle, Date: rebuilt 1194-1260, Location: Chartres (France), ARTstor Collection, Source Data from: University of California, San Diego

The style of sculpture and architecture is of the Gothic grotesque. Grotesque sculpture and architecture was used to create fear.

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current02:25, November 14, 2010Thumbnail for version as of 02:25, November 14, 20101,024 × 716 (62 KB)Metricton (Talk | contribs)Chartres: Cathedral: Ext.: roof: det.: gargoyle, Date: rebuilt 1194-1260, Location: Chartres (France), ARTstor Collection, Source Data from: University of California, San Diego The style of sculpture and architecture is of the Gothic grotesque. Grotesque