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Photograph: author; Fig 10 Winchester Cathedral: Wykeham's chantry (1370s).

West Window Winchester Cathedral Winchester Hampshire

The chapter house is off the staircase to the right. Its central column and vault are often likened to a palm tree. The walls of the chapter house have ...

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The Lady Chapel was probably designed by Thomas Witney, (1310–19). The windows have tracery of a regular net-like pattern and contain ancient stained glass.

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Photograph: author; Fig 14 Winchester Cathedral: the west end, begun by Edington (1360s) and completed by Wykeham (1370s).

Fox Chantry, Winchester Cathedral

Figure 35: Details of masonry and ornamentation on the western façade of the Magdeburg Cathedral.

Photograph: author; Fig 19 Winchester Cathedral: the south aisle as remodelled (c 1400).

The stairs to the chapter house and Vicars' Close

... Fig 2 Winchester Cathedral: the rebuilding of the nave. Drawing: Willis 1846, 71 ...

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British and Irish stained glass (1811–1918)

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View of the nave (looking east), Durham Cathedral, Durham, dating back

This exterior view at Winchester, taken from near the north west corner of the cathedral · Winchester Cathedral is the longest medieval ...

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WEST WINDOW, FROM NAVE.

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... medieval barn containing twelfth century stonework. Hyde Abbey Gateway in Winchester, Hampshire, England 20184146

The great east window at Gloucester Cathedral still contains most of its original 14th century glass

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The western entrance of the Cathedral in Exeter, with its striking Gothic façade.

A winter view showing Durham Cathedral with three large towers looming high on a craggy cliff

THE WEST FRONT, WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL.

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The 14th century ceiling of Winchester College Chapel in Hampshire by Anguskirk, via Flickr

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beautiful painted ceiling in the Guardian Angels Chapel, Winchester

Clerestory lighting highlights upper parts of construction, while larger chancel windows create a focus of light at the altar area. The chancel is basically ...

PHOTOS: Cathedral's Great Screen to get first clean for around 120 years

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These are by no means the only treasures of Winchester Cathedral. It is well worth a visit, if possible, to see these and the other treasures.

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Eight-lancet (light) window, Lincoln cathedral

The stonework has recently been cleaned, and the light stone is particularly striking in bright afternoon sunlight, in fact, it is dazzling.

Medieval stonework in a castle in Sirmione Lake Garda, Italy. Layered Italian stonework brown

The Puritans also did extensive damage to the cathedral when they came through Winchester. They stole all the treasures and used the bones of kings and ...

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Winchester UK, October 2018. Close up of the medieval encaustic floor tiles in the

Photograph: author; Fig 11 Winchester Cathedral: Wykeham's south arcade (1370s) abutting Edington's west end (1360s).

Figure 31: Masonry and sculptural details on the Cologne Cathedral.

Figure 3: Stone statue on masonry: A clear example of the beauty and intricacy of a mason's work.

Wells Cathedral. The west front, completed c. 1250, has about 300 medieval statues; many of the figures, and their niches, were originally painted and ...

... Continental medieval stained glass. Fig. 2. An angel tests Bernard in prayer during a vigil, c.

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... Winchester Cathedral Medieval Glass. Fig. 1. St Genevieve of Paris, c.1405, formerly in the

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The west front of Winchester Cathedral was built in the mid-fourteenth century by Bishop William Edington, who also served as treasurer and chancellor under ...

One of the many stained-glass windows at Canterbury Cathedral

The Puritans also did extensive damage to the cathedral when they came through Winchester. They stole all the treasures and used the bones of kings and ...

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Credit: David Iliff Winchester Cathedral - The High Altar. Credit: David Iliff

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Netherlandish roundel depicting Jonah cast upon the shore, seventeenth century,

Winchester Cathedral is also the resting place of the remains of other important figures. These include St Swithun and Jane Austen.

Figure 22: Details of a portion of the western façade of Magdeburg Cathedral .

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Wells cathedral, Somerset, 14th century, possible tri layout

Eaton Bishop, Herefordshire, early 14th century, possible triptych layout

Wells Cathedral stained glass

medieval stonework in winchester historic cathedral

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Winchester cathedral, stonework 14th century, window destroyed during Civil War and filled with fragments

West Window Winchester Cathedral Winchester Hampshire

The chapter house is off the staircase to the right. Its central column and vault are often likened to a palm tree. The walls of the chapter house have ...

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Winchester Cathedral

Winchester Cathedral - Notable Cathedrals

Old St Paul's Cathedral

The 12th-century choir

Photograph: author; Fig 14 Winchester Cathedral: the west end, begun by Edington (1360s) and completed by Wykeham (1370s).

The Lady Chapel was probably designed by Thomas Witney, (1310–19). The windows have tracery of a regular net-like pattern and contain ancient stained glass.

WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL FROM NORTH-WEST END OF CLOSE.

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The stairs to the chapter house and Vicars' Close

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Becket's crown at the far east side of the cathedral

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Having spent three years of my life in Winchester, I feel a certain affinity to the city and in particular the role that it played in the English Civil War.

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British and Irish stained glass (1811–1918)

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This exterior view at Winchester, taken from near the north west corner of the cathedral · Winchester Cathedral is the longest medieval ...

East window, Tree of Jesse, English, c.1330

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Medieval stonework and three Romanesque arches over a niche in the wall of Winchester Cathedral once

WEST WINDOW, FROM NAVE.

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The western entrance of the Cathedral in Exeter, with its striking Gothic façade.

A winter view showing Durham Cathedral with three large towers looming high on a craggy cliff

Wells Cathedral

Winchester Cathedral

South side of Strasbourg Cathedral - Stock Image

The 14th century ceiling of Winchester College Chapel in Hampshire by Anguskirk, via Flickr

Clerestory lighting highlights upper parts of construction, while larger chancel windows create a focus of light at the altar area. The chancel is basically ...

PHOTOS: Cathedral's Great Screen to get first clean for around 120 years

Figure 35: Details of masonry and ornamentation on the western façade of the Magdeburg Cathedral.

Stained glass[edit]. The West Window's stained glass mosaic. The cathedral's huge medieval ...

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These are by no means the only treasures of Winchester Cathedral. It is well worth a visit, if possible, to see these and the other treasures.

Eight-lancet (light) window, Lincoln cathedral

The stonework has recently been cleaned, and the light stone is particularly striking in bright afternoon sunlight, in fact, it is dazzling.

Medieval stonework in a castle in Sirmione Lake Garda, Italy. Layered Italian stonework brown

Figure 31: Masonry and sculptural details on the Cologne Cathedral.

Photograph: author; Fig 11 Winchester Cathedral: Wykeham's south arcade (1370s) abutting Edington's west end (1360s).

Stonework at the South Transept Porch door of Metz Cathedral, Metz, Lorraine, FranceMetz

... Continental medieval stained glass. Fig. 2. An angel tests Bernard in prayer during a vigil, c.

Figure 3: Stone statue on masonry: A clear example of the beauty and intricacy of a mason's work.

... Winchester Cathedral Medieval Glass. Fig. 1. St Genevieve of Paris, c.1405, formerly in the

THE WEST FRONT, WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL.

The Puritans also did extensive damage to the cathedral when they came through Winchester. They stole all the treasures and used the bones of kings and ...

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One of the many stained-glass windows at Canterbury Cathedral

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Credit: David Iliff Winchester Cathedral - The High Altar. Credit: David Iliff

Netherlandish roundel depicting Jonah cast upon the shore, seventeenth century,

Winchester Cathedral doors

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Figure 22: Details of a portion of the western façade of Magdeburg Cathedral .

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Figure 18: Close up of masonry details on the western façade.

The Puritans also did extensive damage to the cathedral when they came through Winchester. They stole all the treasures and used the bones of kings and ...

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Winchester Cathedral choir

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East Window Winchester Cathedral Winchester Hampshire

probably late 13th century, Nine-lancet (light) window, Carlisle cathedral

These are by no means the only treasures of Winchester Cathedral. It is well worth a visit, if possible, to see these and the other treasures.

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Figure 10: Monstrous in size, coloured by age, it stands regal and stately. The towers of the Cologne Cathedral.

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