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Jamb fragment, possibly door. Moulding comprises: hollow chamfer, quadrant, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer, quadrant.

Jamb and arch of O'Kelly tomb, the moulding is unusual, and comprises from intrados: hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer (forming a kind of polygonal shaft), protruding double roll.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. East elevation of presbytery showing pointed, traceried, three - light window which is cusped throughout. The three lights have round heads, the central lower than the outer to accomonate the roundel (damaged but once filled with whirling mouchettes) which fills the head. The hood is moulded with a hollow carved with…

Door jamb and arch moulding, comprising from intrados: chamfer, hollow, triplet of roll-and-fillets, hollow, quadrant, quadrant. The hood comprises a sunk chamfer.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of nave from south - east of cloister.Shows remaining portion of south elevation (collapsed 1852) with double trefoil headed lancet window and first nave bay arch. Also remaining portion of west window and north elevation showing four of five nave bays and clerestory windows.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of west end from south - west showing remains of lancet window and entrance arch (blocked up). Clerestory of north elevation of nave also visible showing trefoil heads of lancet windows and upper portion of third nave bay.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Paired clerestory windows with trefoil heads in north elevation of nave. Rear arches moulded with dogtooth ornament. Bonded shafts on the outermost jambs and detached shaft in centre with stiff - leaf foliage capitals. Wall passage between windows has arch with chamfered jambs and stepped head.

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