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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.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south transept from the west showing arcade of pointed chamfered arches in two orders resting on cylindrical pier with moulded bell capital and water - holding base. The east elevation has single lancet windows on either side of the entrances to two transept chapels and a sexfoil window in spandrel between the…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the south transept from the east showing arcade of pointed chamfered arches in two orders resting on cylindrical pier with moulded bell capital and water - holding base. The respond is engaged to the west elevation. Blocked arches to the nave and crossing can also be seen and the south wall of the modern nave…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of window showing cusped roll moulded arch with foliate carving, capital with stiff - leaf foliage and head carved label stop depicting a man's face. A small fragment of the roll - and - fillet hood moulding can be seen above the head.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View from the west side of the southern transept showing entrances to the eastern transept chapels. There is also a partial view of the northern respond of the transept arcade showing a moulded bell capital carried on a cylindrical pier with water - holding base. The eastern elevation of the transept shows a sexfoil…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Exterior view of south transept from the south - west showing arcade of pointed chamfered arches in two orders resting on cylindrical piers with moulded bell capital and water - holding base. The west elevation is missing and the east elevation has single lancet windows on either side of the entrances to two transept…

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