pertaining to the first style of Gothic architecture in England, ending in the latter half of the 13th century, characterized by the use of lancet arches, plate tracery, and narrow openings.
a style of architecture used in England in the 12th and 13th centuries, characterized by lancet arches, narrow openings, and plate tracery
adjective 1. noting or pertaining to the alphabetical script used for the writing of Hebrew mainly from the 11th to the 6th centuries b.c.
noun 1. the English language represented in printed documents of the period starting with Caxton (1476) and ending with Dryden (1700).
noun 1. music of the medieval, Renaissance, and early Baroque periods, especially revived and played on period instruments; European music after ancient music and before the classical music era, from the beginning of the Middle Ages to about 1750. noun 1. music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, sometimes also including music of the baroque […]
- Early purple orchid
noun 1. a Eurasian orchid, Orchis mascula, with purplish-crimson flowers and stems marked with blackish-purple spots