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Photograph by Roger Stalley. Doorway leading from the nave to the bishop's palace/castle. Although Early English in style the doorway may be late medieval. The shield above is of the Butler family of Ormond - differenced with Pheons and an Archiepiscopal cross, it also appears at Kilcooly Abbey. It is not clear whom this shield represents.

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.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of crossing capitals. Outer order of the crossing has roll - and - fillet angle rolls terminating in bell capitals. The central order has an engaged frontal roll - and - fillet topped with a stiff - leaf capital which supports a soffit - roll, which itself is essentially another chamfered order.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Corbels at the eastern end of the nave. Both have stiff - leaf bell capitals above and terminate at the bottom in a ball of figurative and foliate decoration. The southern corbel has a bishop's head with mitre (broken), the northern has a dragon biting a human hand.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of south choir elevation showing jamb of niche with hood moulding terminating in foliate label stop. Twin filleted polychromatic shafts of red sandstone support weathered stiff - leaf capitals. The outer order is more slender than the inner.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of south elevation of choir showing niches surmounted by a stringcourse upon which rests lancet windows. Central niche has polychromatic filleted shafts and arches treated with capitals of stiff - leaf foliage and water - holding bases resting on a stepped stringcourse. An adjacent early classical niche to theā€¦

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