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Piscina capital, the most complex on the site. Moulding comprises, from top down: abacus, quadrant, fillet, flat surface, scroll with lower fillet, bell, necking chamfered fillet.

Cloister capital, moulding from top down comprises: roll, fillet, hollow, fillet roll, fillet, bell, necking roll.

Capital comprising: abacus, two rolls, angle fillet, scroll, bell with keel at mid-point, roll-and-fillet as necking. Simlar examples at Holycross, Kilconnell, Strade, Lorrah Dominican.

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.

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