Viollet-le-Duc Eugène Emmanuel

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 (vē′ə-lā′lə-do͞ok′, -dyo͞ok′, vyô-lĕ′lə-dük′), Eugène Emmanuel 1814-1879.
French architect. A leader of the Gothic revival in France, he designed the restoration of the city of Carcassonne and supervised the refurbishment of many medieval buildings, including Notre Dame in Paris.