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Photograph by Roger Stalley. The pier in the west wall of the nave. Although designed to harmonise with the Early English work in the cathedral, this pier is most likely late medieval. The capital mouldings are similar to those of the mid - fifteenth century cloister at Holycross Abbey.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Rere - arch of deeply splayed lancet window. The arris is treated with an engaged shaft set in a hollow topped with a stiff - leaf bell capital. The arch above is moulded with roll and fillets. The hood has an ogee - like moulding of a roll and hollow with a stop formed of a head in the guise of a king.

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