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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of nave, south transept, crossing tower and south aisle from south - west showing five - bay nave arcade with quatrefoil windows over a stringcourse and arch to south transept showing rectangular window and angle buttress.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the chapter house showing single window over stringcourse at ground level and double ogee headed cusped window at upper level. Shafts with annulets at north - east and south - east corners, latter with foliate capital.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south aisle of nave and entrance to south transept showing chamfered arch mouldings of nave and transept arches. Quatrefoil window on north elevation of nave visible through second nave bay arch.

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.

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.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Wall of the archbishop's palace or castle at the west of the cathedral. It is possible to see both the re - sized door in the nave and a blocked door in the ground floor of the castle.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of choir from the south - east showing south and east elevations. Former has five lancets with quatrefoil windows in the spandrels and hood mouldings linked by stringcourse;the two eastern most lancets are longer than the other three. East end shows remains of triple lancet windows.

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