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Photograph by Roger Stalley. Reconstructed section of the south side of the cloister viewed from the south west showing arcade of twin colonettes composed of twin, round en délit shafts and scalloped capitals surmounted by round arches.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North transept door in three moulded orders. Inner square order has angle shaft flanked by three - quarter hollows and fillets. Outer two orders have plan shafts with water - holding bases on round plinths. These shafts flanked at inner faces by hollows and round shafts and at outer faces by hollows and roll - and -…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of northern transept showing half - pier abutting wall and doorway. Half - pier has roll - and - fillet angle shafts flanked by hollows and fillets. Doorway leading to newel stair has plain chamfered jambs terminating in pyramidal stops at base.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North transept door in three moulded orders. Inner square order has angle shaft flanked by three - quarter hollows and fillets. Outer two orders have plan shafts with water - holding bases on round plinths. These shafts flanked at inner faces by hollows and round shafts and at outer faces by hollows and roll - and -…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Capital of the lavabo with acanthus foliate carving in the bell surmounted by a roll - and - fillet abacus all resting upon a jamb with a round shaft. Richly moulded soffit is visible at the top of the image.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of lavabo showing 1.5 bays of the octagonally planned building. Each bay occupies a side of the octagon. The bays are divided vertically by angle shafts of twin rolls separated by an angle fillet which support acanthus capitals, these in turn once supported a rib - vault. The bays are divided horizontally…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of the lavabo showing bell capital with acanthus foliate carving surmounted by a roll - and - fillet abacus resting on a jamb with a round shaft (damaged). Mouldings of soffit arch are chamfered, but this may be a modern repair.

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