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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.

Door jamb and arch moulding, there is no hood included in this drawing because the hood exactly replicates the jamb. Moulding from intrados comprises: hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll-and-fillet, hollow.

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 capital, moulding from top down comprises: roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll, hollow, fillet, bell, chamfered fillet as necking roll. An unusual capital, with small mouldings crammed at top and a very long bell - indicative of its early fourteenth-century date.

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…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of east end of presbytery from the north - east showing lancet window and angle buttresses; north elevation of the presbytery with clasping buttresses and corbel table above outline of lancet windows (built up); crossing tower with crow - stepped gables, stepped buttress at north - east corner and stair turret at…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the presbytery, crossing tower and first two bays of the nave from the north - west. The presbytery elevation is supported by angle and clasping buttresses and shows the outlines of three lancet windows (now built up) with a corbel table of carved heads above it. The crossing tower has a stepped buttress at the…

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.

Jamb and arch of tomb niche, moulding from intrados comprises: chamfer, roll-and-fillet, chamfer, right-angled rebate, chamfer, roll-and-fillet, chamfer. Roll-and-fillets very worn.

Capital frieze running along jamb of tomb niche. Moulding from the top down comprises: chamfer, frontal fillet, angle-fillet, fillet, angle-fillet, flat surface, angle-fillet, fillet, flat surface. The lower secion can be read as a stepped rebate.

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

Base course running along jamb of tomb niche. The moulding comprises: chamfer, chamfer, chamfer. The mouldings may have been more distincitve but they are now very worn.

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.

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