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Window: 12, N Aisle N(E), St Dunstan, Monks Risborough

Location in Church:
N Aisle N(E)
3 lights
Size (width x height):
5' 8" x 10' 4" or 1.73m x 3.14m
St Dunstan as churchman, scribe, and crowning King Edgar.
Subject(s) - Notes:
Three Roundels in the centre light depict the three vital elements of the Life of St Dunstan. ~ As CHURCHMAN, being Abbot of Glastonbury, Bishop of Worcester then London, and then Archbishop of Canterbury. ~ As SCRIBE when a Benedictine monk. ~ OFFICIATING at the belated Crowning of King Edgar in 973.
Date Made:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Makers Mark
Dedicated to:
St Dunstan More...
Donated by:
Makers Mark on Window:
Makers Mark - Notes:
The Makers Mark is dated 1989.
Notes on Window:
The window commemorates the Millennium of the death of St Dunstan on 19th May 988,


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Centre light: 3 roundels showing St Dunstan.
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Dunstan as Abbot of Glastonbury, Bishop of Worcester, Bishop of london, Archbishop of Canterbury.
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Dunstan as a Benedictine Scribe.
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Dunstan crowning King Edgar in 973.
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Makers Mark

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