Gothic kiàn-tio̍k

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Gothic kiàn-tio̍k sī chí tiong-sè boé-kî liû-hêng ê chi̍t lūi kiàn-tio̍k hêng-sek, i-ê chêng-sin sī Roman kiàn-tio̍k, āu-lâi hoat-tián chò Bûn-gē-ho̍k-heng kiàn-tio̍k. Chú-iàu hâm poē hû-piah (Eng-gí: flying buttress), hia̍p-kut kióng (ribbed vault) kap chiam kióng (pointed arch) téng te̍k-sek.

Gothic liû-hêng ê nî-tāi tāi-iok sī tùi 12 sè-kí kàu 16 sè-kí, tī hit-tang-chūn, chit khoán kiàn-tio̍k mā hong chheng chò sī "Hu̍t-lân-se hong-keh" (La-teng-gí: Opus Francigenum)

Gothic kiàn-tio̍k kap le̍k-sú-siōng ê Goth lâng bô ti̍t-chia̍p ê koan-hē, chit-ê miâ goân-lâi sī Bûn-gē-ho̍k-heng sî-tāi ê ha̍k-chiá Giorgio Vasari só͘ hō, i kám-kak chit khoán kiàn-tio̍k chin chho͘-ló͘ koh chin iá-iūⁿ.