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Window: 09, Nave N (W), St Mary & St Nicholas, Saunderton

Location in Church:
Nave N (W)
Type:
3 lights
Size (width x height):
4' 3" x 7' 0" or 1.30m x 2.14m
Subject(s):
Symbols and emblems, including those of the 4 evangelists, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
Date Made:
Unknown
Notes on Window:
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Window in Situ
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Tracery of window
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Top level of all 3 lights.
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Top of LH light: Roundel showing winged Man representing St Matthew.
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Top of Centre light: A Crown.
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Top of RH light: Roundel showing winged Lion representing St Matthew.
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Centre of Cenre light: An ornate Cross.
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Bottom level of all 3 lights.
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Bottom of LH light: Roundel showing winged Ox representing St Luke.
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Bottom of Centre light: IHC, a version of IHS, the Christogram derived from the Greek for Jesus.
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Bottom of RH light: Roundel showing Eagle representing St John.
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