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Clerestory Stained Glass Windows in the Nave

Clerestory Rose & Lancets Each bay of the transept clerestory has two lancet windows, and, above them, a rose window. In this diagram, the names of the rose windows are in the central area of the nave, while the names of the lancet windows appear in the outer aisles. Click on one of the window names in the diagram below to see images of that windows.

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Nave Clerestory Diagram

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©Jane Vadnal & Philip Maye, 2006.
Last updated on 10 July 2006.

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