lancet window


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a narrow window having a lancet arch and without tracery

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A small lancet window, probably 12th century, faces north.
The apostles and their symbols feature in fourteen single lancet windows on the east and west walls of the nave starting from the choir stalls.
The original double west end doors still remain and lead into the reception hall with a stairwell that is flooded with light from three full height lancet windows on the first floor.
THEME OF HOSPITALITY Canon Graham Usher at Hexham Abbey where a new stained glass lancet window is to be built
The unusual detached four-bedroom property is believed to date from the early 1900s and retains a wealth of original features including sash windows and a lancet window.
A pounds 60,000 legacy from the Wills of former steward Geoff Tyrrell and his wife Marjorie, who served teas at the Abbey, paved the way for a new triple lancet window at the front of the 1,300-year-old church.
And a lancet window in the church is associated with Welsh bard Huw Morus, the Ceiriog Nightingale, who lived between 1622 and 1703.
100 YEARS AGO: An English lancet window which has been hidden for nearly 600 years was found at the Collegiate Church of Stratford-upon-Avon when the west wall of the transept was pierced during restoration work.
There are lancet windows in the room and larger windows that let in light from the back and front gardens.
It is the interior that impresses, a complex composition of confined and open spaces, with its double aisles, internal buttresses in the manner of Albi Cathedral, bridges across the transepts to carry a continuous gallery passage right around the building, and with lancet windows carried higher than the main vaults to give a further sense of complexity and grandeur.
Elizabethkirche in Marburg, echoing the staged buttresses, lancet windows and pediment pinnacles of the German church.
Repair, reconstruction and restoration of large-scale neo-Gothic lancet windows including SchleiermaE-werk the top of the window frame.
It has short transepts and a semicircular apsidal east end with tall lancet windows.