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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of choir, north elevation, east window showing lancet window resting on stringcourse and surmounted by corbels. Filleted arch mouldings and capitals treated with stiff - leaf carving rest on en délit shafts punctuated in the middle by annulets. Hood moulding of rolls, hollows and roll - and - fillets terminates in…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of rere - arch of a lancet window in the west elevation of north transept. Image shows en délit shaft flanked by roll - and fillets and topped by stiff - leaf bell capital. Moulding of jamb is repeated in arch above. Hood is formed of roll - and - fillets, hollows and rolls. The outer roll terminates in an…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of crossing tower viewed from north transept showing chamfered crossing arch and ribbed vault,three access portals to crossing tower passage (centre one below the roof scar) and twin trefoil - headed lights. Hood - moulded lancet window in west elevation of transept also partially visible.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of elevation of crossing tower from north transept showing crossing arch in three chamfered orders, three access portals to crossing tower passage (centre one below the roof scar) and twin trefoil - headed lights above.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of lancet window below a line of corbels in west elevation of north transept. Moulded rere - arch of window has two differing bell capitals, one with nailhead ornament, the other with stiff - leaf. These capitals sit atop engaged shafts moulded at either side with a shallow hollow. Hood is treated with an ogee…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. General view of the upper part of the north elevation of north transept. The triplet of deeply splayed lancets have rere - arches treated with roll - and - fillets. These are supported by endélit shafts (some of which are missing) punctuated with annulets and topped with capitals of varied design including stiff -…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of St. Patrick's Cathedral on the Rock of Cashel from the north - east showing the nave with buttress on the north elevation; northern transept with gableted niches, three lancet lights surmounted by a rose window, two side chapels and round tower at the north - eastern corner; central crossing tower; west tower.…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of lancet window in west elevation of north transept surmounted by corbels. Hood moulding is treated with an ogee and foliate label stops. Rere - arch of window treated with bell capitals with nailhead ornament and engaged shafts sitting within a shallow hollow.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of interior of north transept showing part of a tomb recess. Outer order, comprised of a roll - and - fillet moulding, rests on chamfered base with pyramid stops. The inner order of the recess has a round water - holding base (en délit shaft missing) flanked at outer face vertical band of dogtooth ornament, both…

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, east arcade, first pier (seen from the south) showing square piers with roll - and - fillet angle shafts. Shafts flanked by three - quarter hollows and fillets. Hollows run into a chamfer at base.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View into western aisle of north transept. Foreground shows north - west crossing pier with plain shafts on a chamfered plinth. Transept piers are rectangular in shape and have filleted shafts with water - holding bases.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of chapels in the eastern wall of the south transept seen from from the east. Square centre chapel is flanked by two with apsidal terminations. South elevation of south - east crossing pier and southern trasept pier also visible showing orders of filleted rolls resting on octagonal chamfered bases.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of east end of presbytery from the south - east showing buttress projecting from a battered masonry plinth. Disposition and size of the buttresses on north and south elevations suggest the existence of a rib - vault in the extended presbytery, probably divided into three bays. A similar arrangement exists at the…

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