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Base of sedilia, with two water-holding elements. From top down moulding comprises: necking roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll with upper fillet, hollow, roll with upper fillet, chamfer, plinth. Again, this might most readily be called debased Early English.

Jamb of sedilia, moulding from intrados comprises: hollow, roll-and-fillet, flat surface, roll-and-fillet, chamfer. The hood, from the outer edge, comprises: roll with frontal fillet, hollow flanked by fillets, quadrant. Few hollows flanked by fillets occur in Irish architecture, in England, Morris sees them as the progenitor of the casement -…

Capital of sedilia shafts. complex moulding comprises from top down: roll-and-fillet, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, bell, necking roll-and-fillet. Four unit capital, perhaps fourteenth-century, best called degenerate Early English.

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