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Builders of gothic cathedrals reinforced the walls of their architecture from the outside with what?

Heather Maxwell

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Heather Maxwell on August 23, 2018

I think that the correct answer is spring and fly buttresses. The builders of Gothic cathedrals reinforced the walls of its architecture from the outside with springs (such as bridges or arches) and flying buttresses (a buttress which is composed of an arc structure that extends from the upper part of a wall to a pier) with the purpose of providing the lateral support.


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