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Capital of sedilia shafts. complex moulding comprises from top down: roll-and-fillet, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, bell, necking roll-and-fillet. Four unit capital, perhaps fourteenth-century, best called degenerate Early English.

Doorway from chancel into east range of claustral buildings. Moulding from intrados comprises: quadrant, right-angled rebate, quadrant. Pinnacles flank the door, with an angle-fillet as the front face. This door is identical in moulding and general design to those at St. Canice's Cathedral, Tullaroan and Fertagh, all in Co. Kilkenny. They areā€¦

Door in south nave wall, jamb and arch moulding comprises: hollow chamfer, spike, hollow chamfer.

Capital of tomb niche jambs, from top down moulding comprises: abacus, quarter roll, quarter roll, angle-fillet, scroll with lower fillet, bell, necking roll. This capital is very similar to those at Holycross Abbey and it's related group, except that there is no keel in the bell here.

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.

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.

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. Unusual moulding from the top down comprises quarter roll, fillet, bell, roll, roll.

Jamb and arch moulding of tomb niche, from intrados moulding comprises chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer, broken quadrant.

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.

Door jamb and arch moulding comprising: hollow chamfer, quadrant. The door was inserted by Archbishop Hugh Inge in 1523 and restored in the eighteenth century. Fragments of window found during recent excavations have the same scale moulding and are likely to associated with the door. The door is unusual in that it has a three centred head.

Door jamb, arch and hood of the detatched castle chapel. Jamb and arch moulding from intrados comprise: hollow chamfer, right-angled rebate, quadrant. The hood, which is placed at some distance from the jamb, comprises from outside in: frontal fillet, hollow chamfer, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer.

Jamb arch and hood moulding. From intrados, jamb moulding comprises:quadrant, hollow chamfer, quadrant. The splayed jamb and hood are separated by a small hollow. The hood, from outside in, comprises: angle-fillet, angle-fillet, angle-fillet, angle-fillet.

Square label of east window. Moulding from exteral to internal face comprises: frontal fillet, roll, roll.

Jamb and arch moulding of east window, the intrados includes a glass groove and the moulding running along the chamfer plane comprises: hollow chamfer, quadrant.

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