CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
PART II.—CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE.
I. Introductory—Historical notice—Circular churches—Aix-la-Chapelle—Nimeguen—Bonn 1
II. Basilicas—Plan of St. Gall—Church at Reichenau—Romain-Motier—Granson—Church at Gernrode—Trèves—Hildesheim—Cathedrals of Worms and Spires—Churches at Cologne—Other churches and chapels 5
III. Circular Churches—Aix-la-Chapelle—Nimeguen—Fulda—Bonn—Cobern 37
IV. Domestic Architecture—Lorsch—Palaces on the Wartburg—Gelnhausen—Houses—Windows 44
V. Pointed Style in Germany—History of style—St. Gereon, Cologne—Churches at Gelnhausen—Marburg—Cologne Cathedral—Friburg—Strasburg—St. Stephen's, Vienna—Nuremberg—Mühlhausen—Erfurth 53
VI. Circular Churches—Church furniture—Civil architecture 81
VII. Northern Germany—Brick Architecture—Churches at Lubeck—In Brandenburg—In Ermenland—Castle at Marienburg—Town-hall at Brunswick 89
I. Sweden—Norway—Denmark—Gothland—Round churches—Wooden
I. Introductory 119
II. Saxon Architecture 125
III. English Medieval Architecture—Plans of English Cathedral churches—Vaults—Pier arches—Window tracery—External proportions—Diversity of style—Situation—Chapter-Houses—Chapels—Parish churches—Details—Tombs—Civil and domestic architecture 129
IV. Architecture of Scotland—Affinities of style—Early specimens—Cathedral of Glasgow—Elgin—Melrose—Other churches—Monasteries 201
V. Ireland—Oratories—Round towers—Domical dwellings—Domestic
BOOK VII.—SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
I. Spain—Introductory 242
II. Round-arched Gothic: Churches at Naranco, Roda, aud Leon—Early Spanish Gothic: Churches at Santiago, Zamora, Toro, Avila, Salamanca, and Tarragona—Middle pointed style: Churches at Toledo, Burgos, Leon, Barcelona, Manresa, Gerona, Seville—Late Gothic style: Churches at Segovia, Villena—Moresco style: Churclies at Toledo, Ilescas, and Saragoza 246
III. Civil Architecture—Monastic buildings—Municipal buildings—Castles 283
IV. Portugal—Church of Batalha—Alcebaga—Belem 288
I. Introductory—Division and classification of the Mediaeval styles of architecture in Italy 293
II. Lombard and Round-Arched Gothic—Chapel at Friuli—Churches at Piacenza, Asti, and Novara—St. Michele, Pavia—St. Ambrogio, Milan—Cathedral, Piacenza—Churches at Verona—Circular churches—Towers 297
III. Pointed Italian Gothic—Fresco paintings—Churches at Vercelli, Asti, Verona, and Lucca—Cathedral at Siena—Sta. Maria, Florence—Church at Chiaravalle—St. Petronio, Bologna—Cathedral at Milan—Certoso, near Pavia—Duomo at Ferrara—Churches at Toscanella 321
IV. Circular Churches—Towers at Prato and Florence—Porches—Civic buildings—Town-halls—Venice—Doge's Palace—Ca d'Oro—Conclusion 350
V. Byzantine-Romanesque Style of Medieval Italy—Introductory classification of styles 368
VI. Byzantine Romanesque—Buildings in Naples, Amalfi, etc.—San Nicolo, Bari—Cathedrals of Bittonto, Matera, and Trani—Churches at Brlndisi—General remarks 370
VII. Italian Byzantine—Cloister of St. Giovanni Laterano—St. Mark's, Venice—St. Antonio, Padua—Church at Molfetta—Baptistery, Mont St. Angelo—Tomb, Canosa 389
VIII. Sicily—Population of Sicily—The Saracens—Buildings at Palermo—Cathedral of Monreale—Cef alu—The pointed arch 397
IX. Gothic Architecture in Palestine—Church of Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem—Churches at Abu Gosh and Lydda—Mosque at Hebron 407
BOOK IX.—BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE.
I. Introductory 414
II. Basilicas—Churches at Bethlehem, Jerusalem, and Thessalonica—Rectangular churches in Syria and Asia Minor, with wooden roofs and with stone vaults 418
III. Circular or Domical Buildings—Circular churches with wooden roofs and with true domes in Syria and Thessalonica—Churches of SS. Sergius and Bacchus and Sta, Sophia, Constantinople—Domestic architecture 432
IV. Neo-Byzantine Style—Sta. Irene, Constantinople—Churches at Ancyra, Trabala, and Constantinople—Churches at Salonica and in Greece—Domestic architecture 452
V. Armenia—Churches at Dighour, Usunlar, Pitzounda, Bedochwinta, Mokwi, Etchmiasdin, and Kouthais—Churches at Ani and Samthawis—Details 463
VI. Rock-cut Churches—Churches at Tchekermau, Inkerman, and Sebastopol—Excavations at Kieghart and Vardzie 478
VII. MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE OF RUSSIA—Churches at Kieff—Novogorod—Moscow—Towers 481
PART III.—SARACENIC AND ANCIENT AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE.
I. Saracenic Architecture in Christian Countries; or, Byzantine Saracenic—Introduction 497
II. Syria and Egypt—Mosques at Jerusalem—El Aksah—Mosque at Damascus—Egypt—Mosques at Cairo—Other African buildings—Mecca 501
III. Spain—Introductory remarks—Mosque at Cordova—Palace at Zahra—Churches of Sta. Maria and Cristo de la Lüz at Toledo—Giralda at Seville—Palace of the Alcazar—The Alhambra—Sicily 522
IV. Turkey—Mosques of Mahomet II.—Suleimanie and Ahmedjie Mosques—Mosques of Sultanas Valide, and of Osman III.—Civil and domestic architecture—Fountains, etc 537
V. Persia—Historical notice—Imaret at Erzeroiun—Mosque at Tabreez—Tomb at Sultanieh—Bazaar at Ispahan—College of Husein Shah—Palaces and other buildings—Turkestan 548
BOOK II.—ANCIENT AMERICA.
I. Introductory 563
II. Central America—Historical notice—Central American style—Temples—Palaces—Buildings at Palenque Uxmal, etc. 569
III. Peru—Historical notice—Titicaca—Tombs—Walls of Cuzco, etc. 580