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Photograph by Roger Stalley. The pier in the west wall of the nave. Although designed to harmonise with the Early English work in the cathedral, this pier is most likely late medieval. The capital mouldings are similar to those of the mid - fifteenth century cloister at Holycross Abbey.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the south - west corner of the south transept showing four gabled niches in the clasping buttress bounded above and below by stringcourse. The gables terminate in head carved label stops on the upper niches and foliate label stops on the lower ones. The roll - and - fillet moulded arches are carried on filleted…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south - east corner of the south transept showing gabled niches in the clasping buttress bounded above and below by stringcourse and topped by an octagonal turret of ashlar masonry. The gables terminate in head carved label stops and the roll - and - fillet moulded arches are carried on filleted shafts with bell…

Capital of south transept arcade, plainer of two varieties. From the top down the moulding comprises: roll, chamfer, roll with chamfered front face and lower fillet, bell, chamfered fillet as necking.

South transept arcade, one of two types of capital, the other very plain. The moulding, from the top down comprises: scroll, roll, angle-fillet, scroll with lower fillet, bell with angle-fillet at mid-point, necking scroll. Similar capitals can be found in the piscina of the transept chapel at this site, as well as at Holycross, Strade, Kilfenora…

Capital of piscina jamb, moulding from the top down comprises: abacus scroll, bell, necking roll. This piscina, in mouldings and design, is very similar to that in the same position at Quin.

Cloister capital, moulding from abacus comprises: abacus, elongated roll, elongated roll, necking roll. This capital is moulded like an upside down base, the elongated rolls being bells. This occurs elsewhere at Ennis and at Quin.

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