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Capital comprising: abacus, two rolls, angle fillet, scroll, bell with keel at mid-point, roll-and-fillet as necking. Simlar examples at Holycross, Kilconnell, Strade, Lorrah Dominican.

Base of shaft at outer face of jamb. Moulding from top down comprises: chamfered fillet, bell with keel half way down, fillet, scroll, chamfer, plinth. This base is similar in type to those at Holycross, Kilconnell, Lorrah, Strade etc.

Sedilia jamb, moulding from intrados comprises: (replica section) quirk, mitre, hollow, mitre, quirk, flat surface, roll, flat surface, quirk, keel, hollow, keel, quirk, flat surface, roll, flat surface, quirk, mitre, hollow, mitre, hollow, flat surface. The rolls here are very full and should be read as engaged shafts.

Hood of door, moulding comprises: angle keel flanked at either side by quarter roll, with hollow chamfer at front face leanding to wall surface. Mouldings broad and Transitional in character.

Base of rood screen, moulding comprises from top down: chamfered fillet, bell with keel, scroll, ogee, chamfer, plinth. This is similar to the complex bases from the cloister at Holycross, similar also to those at Lorrah Dominican and Roscrea.

Hood of window angle shaft. Moulding comprises: angle keel flanked at either side by quarter hollows and chamfers.

Capital of rood screen, from top down moulding comprises: scroll, roll, angle-fillet, scroll with upper and lower fillets, bell with keel, necking-scroll. This capital is very similar to those from the cloister at Holycross and the group related to it - particularly the use of the scroll, roll and angle-fillet in the upper element and the keel in…

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