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Photograph by Roger Stalley. Doorway leading from the nave to the bishop's palace/castle. Although Early English in style the doorway may be late medieval. The shield above is of the Butler family of Ormond - differenced with Pheons and an Archiepiscopal cross, it also appears at Kilcooly Abbey. It is not clear whom this shield represents.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the north elevation of the nave showing three of the four nave bays with compound quatrefoil piers, chamfered arch mouldings and a quatrefoil window in the spandrel to the east of the last bay.The second bay has a doorway and there are two chapels in the north aisle linked by arches.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of nave from the north - east showing north aisle with twin lancets and doorway and north elevation of nave arcade with pointed arches and quatrefoil windows in the spandrel over the first and last arch. Top of north elevation has battlements and stringcourse above and below the quatrefoil windows.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. West gable of nave showing triple lancet windows with rectangular and sexfoil rose window overhead. North elevation shows part of one nave bay showing quatrefoil pier with chamfered arches and corbel table and battlemented top. Lancets have roll - and - fillet arch and hood mouldings; capitals are of stiff - leaf…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of tomb recesses in the south aisle of the nave showing cupsed arch with roll moulding and cable moulding; cusp is carved with stiff - leaf foliage. Capitals have foliate design and have nailhead ornament also. Hood moulding has roll - and - fillet moulding and foliate and head carved label stops.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of reset door in blocked chancel arch. Capital sculpture comprises heads alternating with foliate carving showing drill hole. Capitals supported by filleted shafts and carry roll - and - fillet arch mouldings. Hood moulding has head carved label stop. Capital design very similar to those found at St. Canice's…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of trefoil headed twin lancet windows showing chamfered mouldings and a central mullion with filleted shaft. A quatrefoil window is placed in the spandrel of the lancets and roll - and - fillet hood moulding with head carved label stops encloses the design.

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