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South door of fourteenth-century choir of Tuam Cathedral. Perhaps a later insertion due to it's similarity to the fifteenth-century west door at Ross Errilly, which has a similar moulding and very similar hood stops. Moulding from intrados comprises: hollow chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer. The hood, from extrados to interior comprises: frontal…

Mullion of sedilia, moulding comprises: frontal roll-and-fillet flanked at either side by roll and small hollow chamfer. Mullion is square at rear.

Door jamb and arch moulding, there is no hood included in this drawing because the hood exactly replicates the jamb. Moulding from intrados comprises: hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow.

Sedilia jamb, moulding from intrados comprises: (replica section) quirk, mitre, hollow, mitre, quirk, flat surface, roll, flat surface, quirk, keel, hollow, keel, quirk, flat surface, roll, flat surface, quirk, mitre, hollow, mitre, hollow, flat surface. The rolls here are very full and should be read as engaged shafts.

Sedilia capital, moulding from top down comprises: roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll, hollow, fillet, bell, chamfered fillet as necking roll. An unusual capital, with small mouldings crammed at top and a very long bell - indicative of its early fourteenth-century date.

Sedilia base, moulding from top down comprises roll, hollow, roll-and fillet, hollow, fillet, roll. The middle roll-and-fillet forms a water-holding element.

Arch of sedilia, moulding from intrados comprises: chamfer, roll, hollow, roll (half roll-and-fillet), chamfer, fillet, hollow, right-angled rebate, chamfer, hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow, chamfer, right angled rebate. The hood, from extrados, comprises: roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow, chamfer. The first…

Dublin: Detail of Tomb

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Dublin: Detail of Tomb

Dublin: detail of tomb. Drapery of Paul at bottom very close indeed to bottom of Jar. I & Jar. II drapery at Wat. (written on back of photo)

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