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One of the finest of its kind, Chichester Cross stands at the junction of roads that were laid down originally by the Romans in Noviomagnus, their name for Chichester. This Cross, built of Caen stone, was given to the city by Edward Storey, Bishop from 1478 to 1503. There is a bronze bust of Charles I in the oval niche below the clock.

(stamp on back: The Green Studio Ltd., 118 St. Stephen's Green West, Dublin 2, Ref. No. DS 58B)

(handwritten on back of image): 69.298, Portumna (Galway): Dominican Friary: head on N. side of door in E. ? off passage from N. door in chancel

(handwritten on back of image): Dublin: St. Patrick's: S. transept, S. end, heads at base of trim of niche on W. side (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): Dublin: St. Patrick's: upper storey, S. side, nave, sixth window from S. transept, E. side (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): Dublin: St. Patrick's: upper storey, S. side, E. side of S. transept, central window, N. side (multiple images on file)

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