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Pinnacle flanking tomb niche. Similar tomb nices occur at Quin, Adare Franciscan, Adare Augustinian, Askeaton, Lislaughtin, Abbeydorney and Kilconnell.

(handwritten on back of image): 194, Quin, Co. Clare (print reversed): Franciscan friary, N. walk of cloister from just inside (to E. of) pointed arch trim of door in its E. end

(handwritten on back of image): 198, Quin, Co. Clare: Franciscan friary: S. transept from SW.

(handwritten on back of image): 69.416, Quin (Clare) friary: tomb niche (enfeu) in S. wall of nave, detail

(handwritten on back of image): 69.417, Quin (Clare) friary (Easternmost tomb niche (enfeu) in S. wall of chancel)

(handwritten on back of image): 69.415, Quin (Clare)Easternmost tomb niche (enfeu) in S. wall of chancel

Top horizontal architrave of the MacNamara tomb, from the top down the stepped moulding comprises: quadrant, flat surface, angle-fillet, quadrant, right-angled rebate, quadrant, flat surface.

Base of tomb mullions/uprights. From top down moulding comprises: roll, bell, fillet, roll, bell, fillet, roll, bell, plinth.

Bracket of pinnacle, with moulding comprising: free-standing fillet, free-standing fillet, free-standing fillet.

Upright of MacNamara Tomb, moulding, from centre, comprises: angle fillet flanked at either side by right-angled rebate, quadrant. The rear corners of the rectangular upright are chamfered.

Cloister base, moulding comprises from top down: roll, bell, bell, curved plinth.

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