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Window: 05, S Transept S, All Saints, Hillesden

Location in Church:
S Transept S
Type:
4 lights
Size (width x height):
7' 7" x 12' 7" or 2.30m x 3.83m
Subject(s):
8 Parables
Date Made:
1875
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Buckinghamshire Herald: 18/Jun/1875
Dedicated to:
Several members of the Judge family
Donated by:
Mrs Louisa Neylor
Notes on Window:
In 16 scenes, this window illustrates 8 Parables of the Bible. Made by the company who restored the 15th century window to its left (04), it has obviously been designed in a similar style, with inscriptions below each scene, although these 1875 ones are in English, compared to the Latin on the older window.

 


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Window in situ
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View of both South Transept windows, showing similar designs of medieval window on the left (04), and the 1875 window on the right (05).
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Overall View of Glass
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Top half of window, portraying 2 Parables
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Lower half of window, portraying 6 Parables
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1st Parable "The Good Samaritan"
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2nd Parable "The Prodigal Son"
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3rd to 7th Parables "The Sower, The Tares, The Labourers in the Vineyard, The Fishing Net, The Lost Sheep"
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8th Parable "The Ten Virgins"
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Inscription across the base of the window
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