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Photograph by Roger Stalley. Exterior view of crypt from the west showing stone access steps to the nave. West elevation shows four small windows, previously each had a cruciform grille. The crypt is composed of a main chamber accessed from the nave by stone steps. It gives onto a roughly square - planned room under the west bay of the north aisle…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north elevation of extended east end presbytery showing tomb recess and stringcourse. Recess has water - holding base (endélit shaft missing) and mouldings with vertical line of dogtooth ornament. A small segment of roll - and - fillet moulded stringcourse is also visible at the angle of the north and east…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North transept, east arcade, first pier (seen from the south) showing square piers with roll - and - fillet angle shafts. Shafts flanked by three - quarter hollows and fillets. Hollows run into a chamfer at base.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Capital of the lavabo with acanthus foliate carving in the bell surmounted by a roll - and - fillet abacus all resting upon a jamb with a round shaft. Richly moulded soffit is visible at the top of the image.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of the lavabo showing bell capital with acanthus foliate carving surmounted by a roll - and - fillet abacus resting on a jamb with a round shaft (damaged). Mouldings of soffit arch are chamfered, but this may be a modern repair.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of lavabo showing 1.5 bays of the octagonally planned building. Each bay occupies a side of the octagon. The bays are divided vertically by angle shafts of twin rolls separated by an angle fillet which support acanthus capitals, these in turn once supported a rib - vault. The bays are divided horizontally…

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