The "Art of the Western World" video series chapter on
R and G does a nice job of pointing out the blurring
of the two styles and time frames, although some
egregious errors mar the whole. As for the term
"Gothic," I believe in its day it was called "opus
francigenum" or "opus modernum." Although the "opus
modernum" is no longer modern, (as the Pont Neuf is
the oldest bridge in Paris, I think), either term, in
Latin or in English, would do nicely in place of
Gothic. As for a term to fit both, how about...
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