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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of east cloister walk. The arcades are subdivided into bays of three arches by two chamfered buttresses with chamfered capitals and four - centred arches with chamfered voussoirs. The cloister has a pointed vault of rubble masonry.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north - east corner of presbytery showing rib vault springer, rib mouldings comprise of roll - and - fillets flanked by rolls; vault supported by bell capital and filleted shaft. Lancet window on north elevation of presbytery has multiple annulets; rere - arch suported by bell capital.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north elevation of the presbytery from the south - west of the nave showing springers of the vaults, two lancet windows, pointed door, soffit rolls and bell capital of the nave arch. Lancet windows have multiple annulets; vaults have fallen and statues rest on the the springers.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of doorway in south elevation of nave. Recessed chamfered arches are carried on filleted shafts with water - holding bases and head carved capitals surmounted by hood moulding terminating in a cranial label stop on the eastern side. The apex of the arch and hood moulding breaks through the stringcourse overhead. A…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of vault under crossing showing quadripartite vault with transverse ribs and liernes forming two octagons in the centre. Similar vaults survive at Cashel Cathedral, Holycross Abbey and Kilcooly in the same county, and at various locations in Co. Kilkenny.

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