St Mary Redcliffe—Windows and Doorways

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Detail view of four windows and a doorway at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol
Redcliffe Church—Bristol
Door-way, & windows.

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The Duke University Libraries, the Internet Archive

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Detail view of four different windows, a doorway and a parapet at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, described as follows by the autor:

  1. A lofty, narrow window, at the extremity of the north and south transepts.
  2. A window, with tracery beneath it, and an arch, of the upper story of the south transept. The outer ornaments, and filling up of this window, are rather singular.
  3. Window, panelling, and an arch of the nave.
  4. Window of the ailes, finished at the top with an obtuse, triangular moulding.
  5. Door-way from the north aile to the vestry, which was probably a chantry erected by Sir Thomas Mede.
  6. The perforated parapet, which runs round the upper wall of the church.
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