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Photograph by Roger Stalley. Door(blocked) adjacent to tomb niche (partially visible) in north elevation of nave showing roll - and - filleted pointed hood moulding and continuous jamb and arch moulding (some voussoirs damaged).

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of elevation of crossing tower from north transept showing crossing arch in three chamfered orders, three access portals to crossing tower passage (centre one below the roof scar) and twin trefoil - headed lights above.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of crossing tower viewed from north transept showing chamfered crossing arch and ribbed vault,three access portals to crossing tower passage (centre one below the roof scar) and twin trefoil - headed lights. Hood - moulded lancet window in west elevation of transept also partially visible.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Door (blocked) adjacent to tomb niche (partially visible) in north elevation of choir showing steeply pointed continuous jamb and arch moulding of a roll - and - fillet flanked by hollows (some voussoirs damaged) with similarly moulded hood.

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.

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