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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of gabled niche in the buttress on the south - west corner of the south transept. The gable terminates in head carved label stops and the roll - and - fillet moulded arches are carried on filleted shafts. Carvings on the east capital show human heads; those on the west have floriate designs.

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.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. View of nave and west gable from the east showing triple lancet window with rectangualr and sexfoil rose windows overhead. Lancets set in deep splays have rere - arches treted with shafts and annulets, foliate and head carved capitals and water - holding bases. Surrounding hood moulding is roll - and - fillet design…

(handwritten on back of image): BO/56a (stamp on back: The Green Studio Ltd., 118 St. Stephen's Green West, Dublin 2, Ref. No: BO/56A)

(handwritten on back of image): BO/56b (stamp on back: The Green Studio Ltd., 118 St. Stephen's Green West, Dublin 2, Ref. No: BO/56B)

(handwritten on back of image): The two chapels in the South transept of Holy Cross Abbey, Thurles, showing the interesting structure, perhaps meant as a tomb, which supports the stone valuted roofs of the chapels. Note the combination of styles. This part of the church (from the windows, etc.) is late 14th century; the "pillars" are 15th/16th…

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