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Capital of sedilia shafts. complex moulding comprises from top down: roll-and-fillet, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, bell, necking roll-and-fillet. Four unit capital, perhaps fourteenth-century, best called degenerate Early English.

Capital of tomb niche jambs, from top down moulding comprises: abacus, quarter roll, quarter roll, angle-fillet, scroll with lower fillet, bell, necking roll. This capital is very similar to those at Holycross Abbey and it's related group, except that there is no keel in the bell here.

Hood mould of tomb niche, from outside in the moulding comprises: frontal fillet, fillet, roll-and-fillet, fillet, hollow, flat surface running into wall.

Tracery bar from reconstructed tomb niche. Moulding comprises frontal fillet flanked at either side by hollow chamfer, quadrant and hollow chamfer. The rear of the tracery bar is rectangular.

Door jamb and arch moulding and hood, from intrados moulding comprises: quadrant, hollow chamfer, roll-and-fillet, hollow chamfer, quadrant. The hood comproses: hollow and angle-fillet.

Pinnacle flanking tomb niche. Similar tomb nices occur at Quin, Adare Franciscan, Adare Augustinian, Askeaton, Lislaughtin, Abbeydorney and Kilconnell.

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