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Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of south elevation of choir showing niches surmounted by a stringcourse upon which rests lancet windows. Central niche has polychromatic filleted shafts and arches treated with capitals of stiff - leaf foliage and water - holding bases resting on a stepped stringcourse. An adjacent early classical niche to the…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Doorway leading from the nave to the bishop's palace/castle. Although Early English in style the doorway may be late medieval. The shield above is of the Butler family of Ormond - differenced with Pheons and an Archiepiscopal cross, it also appears at Kilcooly Abbey. It is not clear whom this shield represents.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between rere - arch and wall. The whitewash to the right is on the splay of the lancet. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked to the right side by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. The stiff - leaf capital supports arch mouldings formed…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of the junction between the rere - arches of two (of three) deeply splayed lancet windows in the north wall of the north transept. The arches have a stiff - leaf foliage label stop, stiff - leaf bell capital and roll - and - fillet arch mouldings. The endélit shaft below the capital is now missing. The curve of…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of crossing capitals. Outer order of the crossing has roll - and - fillet angle rolls terminating in bell capitals. The central order has an engaged frontal roll - and - fillet topped with a stiff - leaf capital which supports a soffit - roll, which itself is essentially another chamfered order.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of rere - arch of lancet in north wall of choir dominated by capital with stiff - leaf foliate carving. Endélit shaft is missing but flanking roll - and - fillet shafts remain, these are terminated at the top with fleur - de - lis in relief. Above are filleted arch mouldings and a hood moulding which terminates in…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. The outer hollows are…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. The outer hollows terminate in…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of a shaft between the two rere - arches. The whitewash left and right is on the splay of the lancets - which run in a continuous sequence. The jamb is moulded with a large central hollow (to house a now missing endélit shaft) flanked by roll - and - fillets and further hollows. This stiff - leaf capital has a…

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