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South door of fourteenth-century choir of Tuam Cathedral. Perhaps a later insertion due to it's similarity to the fifteenth-century west door at Ross Errilly, which has a similar moulding and very similar hood stops. Moulding from intrados comprises: hollow chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer. The hood, from extrados to interior comprises: frontal…

Mullion of sedilia, moulding comprises: frontal roll-and-fillet flanked at either side by roll and small hollow chamfer. Mullion is square at rear.

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.

Sedilia base, moulding from top down comprises roll, hollow, roll-and fillet, hollow, fillet, roll. The middle roll-and-fillet forms a water-holding element.

Arch of sedilia, moulding from intrados comprises: chamfer, roll, hollow, roll (half roll-and-fillet), chamfer, fillet, hollow, right-angled rebate, chamfer, hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow, chamfer, right angled rebate. The hood, from extrados, comprises: roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow, chamfer. The first…

The only moulded capital of the nave arcade (furthest east). Moulding from top down comprises: abacus, quadrant, bell.

Jamb, arch and hood moulding of tomb niche. From intrados, moulding comprises quardant, right-angled rebate, quadrant. The hood, from outer moulding to inner, comprises a frontal fillet, hollow chamfer quadrant.

Capital frieze running along jamb of tomb niche. Unusual moulding from the top down comprises quarter roll, fillet, bell, roll, roll.

Tracery bar of tomb niche. Moulding comprises: centre frontal roll flanked at either side by hollow chamfer, quadrant. They rear of the tracery bar is rectangular.

Jamb and arch moulding of tomb niche, from intrados moulding comprises chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer, broken quadrant.

Hood moulding of tomb niche. From upper face down and inward the moulding comprises frontal fillet, quadrant, hollow chamfer, flat surface.

Architrave framing tomb niche. Badly weathered, moulding comprises central roll, flanked at either side by flat surface, shallow roll.

Door jamb and arch moulding comprising: hollow chamfer, quadrant. The door was inserted by Archbishop Hugh Inge in 1523 and restored in the eighteenth century. Fragments of window found during recent excavations have the same scale moulding and are likely to associated with the door. The door is unusual in that it has a three centred head.

Capital frieze of Joyce tomb, which runs horizontally between the jamb and arch. Moulding comprises, from top down: roll, bell running into roll, free-standing fillet, roll, fillet, hollow chamfer, roll, hollow chamfer. This tomb is thought to be very late, and have almost classical mouldings.

Base of tomb niche jamb. Moulding comprises from top down: grooved roll, bell, flat surface at right angle, hollow chamfer, quadrant, flat surface, bell, flat surface at right angle, quadrant, hollow chamfer, plinth. The mouldings here are unusual, the two lower elements protrude from the bell as two square blocks with mouldings at their front…

Jamb, arch and hood moulding of sedilia. From intrados moulding comprises: ogee roll-and-fillet, quadrant, double ogee. The hood, from the outer to inner face reads: chamfer, ogee, hollow chamfer, ogee. This is an unusual moulding, in scale and in variety of elements. It resembes the west door moulding of Abbeydorney Cistercian Monastery and these…

Round capital of sedilia, from top down moulding comprises abacus, chamfer, hollow, roll, fillet, bell, necking roll. This capital is unusual not only because it is round rather than the usual polygonal shape, but because the moulding elemets are small in scale and finely cut.

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