Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Window: 15, Chancel N (E), St Mary, Haversham

Location in Church:
Chancel N (E)
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
2' 6" x 6' 9" or 0.75m x 2.05m
Subject(s):
Healing the Centurion's Servant, Crucifixion.
Date Made:
Unknown
Notes on Window:
There seems to be no information available about this stained glass, such as maker or date, donor or whether it was dedicated to anybody. More...

 


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Window in Situ
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Exterior of window, on the left, where we can see it was probably originally built in the 14th century at a high level, above the monument in the Sanctuary.
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery quatrefoil: Angel holding a book and a cross.
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Two lights: Main scenes with canopies above.
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Two lights: Main scenes with Angels in base below.
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LH light: Jesus Heals the Centurion's Servant, at Capernaum.
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LH light: Jesus Heals the Centurion's LH light: Close up of scene with a kneeling Centurion pleading to Jesus to heal the servant without coming to his house.
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LH light base: An angel with the text "Lord I am not worth(y)" [Matthew: 8:8].
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RH light: The Crucifixion Scene.
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RH light: Close up of scene with a (or the same) Centurion again kneeling before Jesus.
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RH light base: An angel with the text "Truly this was the Son of God" [Matthew: 27:54].
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