abbot and architect.
Edelin was abbot of the monastery of Weissenburg (Elsass, Germany) from 1262 to 1293. He rebuilt the church of his abbey, which still exists. He built also a refectory, and established subterranean furnaces to warm his monastery.
Columns from the Church of St. Flavian near Montefiascone.
Bases and capitals of a group of columns, from one of the pillars of the Church of St. Flavian near Montefiascone.
Longitudinal section of St. Flavian, near Montefiascone; the Gothic arches are of the time of the construction, in 1030; the rest at the time of the restoration, in 1262.
Plan of the lower part of the same church; in the center is a grating in the vaulting, that the high altar may be seen from the upper church.
Elevation of one of the fašades of the church of St. Flavian. Above is a small gallery, or open lodge, from which Pope Urban IV, who for some time dwelt at Montefiascone, gave the people his benediction.