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Among the most precious possessions of Chichester are two carved stone panels in the south aisle of the choir, this one depicting the Raising of Lazarus and another showing the arrival of Christ at Bethany. Authorities differ as to whether they are Anglo-Saxon work of c.1000 or Norman of c.1130. They are among the finest existing works from this…

This frontal view of the Head of Chirst is a detail fromthe Raising of Lazarus, one of two renowned panels in the south aisle of the choir. They are either Anglo-Saxon c.1000 or Norman c.1130. It is believed that possibly the deeply hollowed eyes were once inlaid with precious stones. In any event, they serve here, as in other figures of the…

(handwritten on back of image): 68.97, Drogheda, Co. Louth: St. Peter's: Side of tomb in churchyard wall: Resurrection between coats of arms (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): 75.102, Drogheda, Co. Louth: St. Peter's Church: Baptismal font: Angel and the Baptism of Christ

(handwritten on back of image): 68.87, Drogheda, Co. Louth: St. Peter's Protestant church: Baptismal font: N.W. face (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): Drogheda, Co. Louth: St. Peter's Church: Detail of baptismal font: Baptism of Christ (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): Drogheda, Co. Louth: St. Peter's Church: Detail of baptismal font: Baptism of Christ (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): Galway: St. Nicholas: detail of Christ, crowned and showing his wounds, from Joyce tomb niche (enfeu) in S. transept (multiple images on file)

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