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Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between rere - arch and wall. The whitewash to the right is on the splay of the lancet. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked to the right side by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. The stiff - leaf capital supports arch mouldings formed…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. This capital has an upper unit…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. The outer hollows terminate in…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. This stiff - leaf capital has a…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of rere - arch of lancet in north wall of choir dominated by capital with stiff - leaf foliate carving. Endélit shaft is missing but flanking roll - and - fillet shafts remain, these are terminated at the top with fleur - de - lis in relief. Above are filleted arch mouldings and a hood moulding which terminates in…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Rere - arch of deeply splayed lancet window. The arris is treated with an engaged shaft set in a hollow topped with a stiff - leaf bell capital. The arch above is moulded with roll and fillets. The hood has an ogee - like moulding of a roll and hollow with a stop formed of a head in the guise of a king.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of west end of chancel showing stringcourse and lancet window in north elevation with roll moulding, hood moulding and floriated label stop on the west side of the window. The capitals and shafts that are present on other windows are missing here. The outline of a pointed arch, the original chancel arch, can be…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. South elevation of chancel showing three lancet windows. Arches have roll - and - fillet mouldings carried on bell capitals, banded shafts with annulets and water - holding bases. Doorway to the east of the first window,surmounted by stringcourse, shows portion of external semi - circular arch with jamb and ornamented…

Photograph by Roger Stalley.Piscina in south elevation of chancel at the east end. Niche has trefoil headed arches with roll moulding and nailhead ornament resting on two small engaged shafts. Capital on east jamb has cable twist abacus above stylized leaves and nailhead moulding below. Capital on west jamb has simplified leaf ornament above a…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North - east corner of chancel showing top of tomb niche with trefoil shaped arch decorated with dogtooth ornament, lancet window in north elevation with moulded arches, shafts with annulets, hood moulding and label stop and easternmost lancet of east end.

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