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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of lancet window below a line of corbels in west elevation of north transept. Moulded rere - arch of window has two differing bell capitals, one with nailhead ornament, the other with stiff - leaf. These capitals sit atop engaged shafts moulded at either side with a shallow hollow. Hood is treated with an ogee…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of the junction between the rere - arches of two (of three) deeply splayed lancet windows in the north wall of the north transept. The arches have a stiff - leaf foliage label stop, stiff - leaf bell capital and roll - and - fillet arch mouldings. The endélit shaft below the capital is now missing. The curve of…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. General view of the upper part of the north elevation of north transept. The triplet of deeply splayed lancets have rere - arches treated with roll - and - fillets. These are supported by endélit shafts (some of which are missing) punctuated with annulets and topped with capitals of varied design including stiff -…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of St. Patrick's Cathedral on the Rock of Cashel from the north - east showing the nave with buttress on the north elevation; northern transept with gableted niches, three lancet lights surmounted by a rose window, two side chapels and round tower at the north - eastern corner; central crossing tower; west tower.…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of crossing capitals. Outer order of the crossing has roll - and - fillet angle rolls terminating in bell capitals. The central order has an engaged frontal roll - and - fillet topped with a stiff - leaf capital which supports a soffit - roll, which itself is essentially another chamfered order.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of rere - arch of lancet in north wall of choir dominated by capital with stiff - leaf foliate carving. Endélit shaft is missing but flanking roll - and - fillet shafts remain, these are terminated at the top with fleur - de - lis in relief. Above are filleted arch mouldings and a hood moulding which terminates in…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. The outer hollows are…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. The outer hollows terminate in…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. This stiff - leaf capital has a…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of lancet window in west elevation of north transept surmounted by corbels. Hood moulding is treated with an ogee and foliate label stops. Rere - arch of window treated with bell capitals with nailhead ornament and engaged shafts sitting within a shallow hollow.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of rere - arch of lancet window treated with an angle shaft flanked by hollows surmounted by a stiff - leaf bell capital, in turn supporting moulded arch and hood. Arch and hood moulded with hollows, rolls and roll - and - fillets. Hood terminates in label stop comprised of a ball of stiff - leaf foliage.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of the junction between the rere - arches of two (of three) deeply splayed lancet windows in the north elevation of the north transept. The arches have a stiff - leaf foliage label stop, moulded bell capital and roll - and - fillet arch mouldings. The curve of the right hand arch, which is the central one of…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Rere - arch of deeply splayed lancet window. The arris is treated with an engaged shaft set in a hollow topped with a stiff - leaf bell capital. The arch above is moulded with roll and fillets. The hood has an ogee - like moulding of a roll and hollow with a stop formed of a head in the guise of a king.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Hore Abbey viewed from the north - east showing east end with triple lancets and corner buttresses; remains of the chapter house are present in the north - facing cloister which is the only example of this layout in Irish Cistercian architecture.

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