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(handwritten on back of image): Priests taken in the southern of 2 chapels in the North transept of Holy Cross Abbey, Thurles showing the piscina and through it the piscina in the church. As can be seen the high altar is not directly visible. (Image donated to the Edwin Rae Collection by Dr. I.M. Jessiman)

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the chapter house showing single window over stringcourse at ground level and double ogee headed cusped window at upper level. Shafts with annulets at north - east and south - east corners, latter with foliate capital.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of tomb recesses below roll - and - fillet stringcourse in the south aisle of the nave. Cinquefoil arches have cable moulding and cusps carved with stiff - leaf foliage. Capitals are of bell and foliate design and have nailhead ornament also. Plain shafts rest on water - holding bases. Hood moulding has roll - and…

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