St Patrick's Cathedral, Cashel, Co Tipperary, interior - choir, north elevation windows (detail)

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Title

St Patrick's Cathedral, Cashel, Co Tipperary, interior - choir, north elevation windows (detail)

Location

Cashel, Tipperary South Riding, Tipperary, Munster, Republic of Ireland, Europe

Description

Photograph by Roger Stalley.View of north elevation of choir showing rere - arch of quatrefoil window with with round head, rounded sill and jamb treated with engnaged shafts, bases and foliate capitals. Surmounted by a corbel, this window fills the spandrel between two hood moulded lancets, one of which is blocked up. The other lancet is also treated with foliate capitals and rere - arch with roll - and - fillets and foliate capitals. Round tower is visible through the lancet window.

Subject

Architecture, Medieval - Ireland, Architecture, Gothic - Ireland, Ecclesiastical architecture, Cathedrals - Ireland, Tipperary (Ireland : County) Buildings, structures, etc, Windows - History, Capitals (Architecture), Foliation (Architecture and decoration), choir, lancet window, spandrel, round headed window, roll - and - fillet moulding, foliate capital, rere - arch, round tower, hood moulding, sill, crossing, quatrefoil window

Type

Image

Artist / Creator / Agent, etc.

Stalley, Roger

Contributor's Role

Photographer

TARA (Trinity's Access to Research Archive) URI

Sponsor

Irish Research Council for Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (IRCHSS), The Heritage Council of Ireland

Publisher

Trinity College Dublin

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