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In Cornwall

Antony, St James the Great
  1. South aisle east, , three lights, Sermon on the Mount : Ascension : Pentecost
Boconnoc
  1. South aisle 4, , single light, Mary of Bethany sitting at the feet of Christ
Bodmin, St Petroc
  1. n9. North aisle 4, [unknown date], four lights, Decorative panels : roundels on diaper of rose/vine (D).
  2. s5. South Chapel south 3, , four lights,
    2a. Christ raises the son of the widow of Nain 2b. Christ saves Peter from drowning 2c. Miraculous draught of fishes 2d. Christ raises Jairus’ daughter
    1a. Christ healing 1b. Christ healing 1c. Christ healing 1d. Christ rebukes the wind
    (N).
  3. s4. South Chapel south 2, , four lights, Decorative panels : roundels on diaper of rose/vine (D).
  4. n6. North aisle 1, , four lights, Decorative panel ; roundels on diaper of crown, rose, fleur de lys and initials WHL. (D).
  5. s6. South aisle 1, , four lights,
    2a. St George 2b. St Germanus of Auxerre 2c. St Mawes 2d. St Alban
    1a. St George slays the dragon 1b. St Germanus preaches 1c. St Mawes teaches children 1d. The martyrdom of St Alban
  6. s7. South aisle 2, , four lights,
    2a. The Archangel Michael 2b. St Petroc 2c. St Piran 2d. Longinus the centurion
    1a. St Michael contends with the devil 1b. St Petroc protects the stag 1c. St Piran preaching 1d. The Crucifixion, with the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene and Longinus under the cross
    (FH).
  7. s8. South aisle 3, , four lights,
    2a. Anna the prophetess (Luke 2:36) 2b. Blessed Virgin Mary 2c. St Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist 2d. St Mary Magdalene
    1a. The Parable of the Good Samaritan: the priest/Levite pass by without attending to the wounded man 1b. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan tends the wounds of the traveller 1c. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan takes the wounded man to the inn 1d. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan pays the innkeeper
  8. e1. Chancel east, , five lights, Te Deum
    2a. Peter and John the Evangelist 2b. Angels, including the archangel Gabriel 2c. Christ as Salvator Mundi 2d. Angels, including the archangel Raphael 2e. The apostles James the Great and Jude
    1a. The prophet Moses 1b. The apostle Andrew and the Blessed Virgin Mary 1c. The Archangel Michael 1d. John the Baptist, Paul 1e. Bishop, cardinal.
  9. s3. South Chapel south 1, , four lights, Suffer little children above scenes from the childhood of Christ
    2. Suffer little children
    1a. Adoration of the Christ-child by Mary and Joseph, with angels 1b. Adoration of the Magi 1c. Presentation in the temple 1d. Flight into Egypt
  10. n7. North aisle 2, , four lights, Four warrior saints.
    2a. St Martin of Tours 2b. St Maurice of Agaunum 2c. St Gereon of Cologne 2d. Longinus the centurion
    1a1d. Battle scenes
Coverack, St Peter
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Feed my sheep : The Good Shepherd : Charge to Peter
  2. Chancel south, , single light, Christ stilling the waves
  3. Nave south 1, , single light, St Luke roundel set in plain glass
  4. Nave south 2, , single light, Roundel of St John set in plain glass
  5. West, , two lights, SS Peter and Keverne
  6. Nave north 2, , single light, Roundel of St Matthew set in plain glass
  7. Nave north 1, , single light, Roundel of St Mark set in plain glass
  8. Nave south 1, , single light, St Andrew
Cury, St Corentine (Corantyn)
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, “Stained and ornamented glass”
Falmouth, All Saints
  1. West, , single light, Round - Christ in Majesty with two seraphim
Flushing, St Peter
  1. Nave south 1, , single light, Decorative patterns, with Crucifixion symbols
  2. Nave north 1, , single light, Decorative patterns, with Crucifixion symbols
Gerrans, St Gerent
  1. South Chapel east, , three lights, Ascension
  2. Chancel east, , three lights, St John the Evangelist above St Peter : Christ as the Good Shepherd : St John the Baptist above St Paul
Gwennap, St Wenappa
  1. North aisle west, , four lights, Scenes from the early life of Christ.
    2. Christ found by his parents with the doctors in the temple
    1a. Annunciation to the Virgin Mary 1b. Adoration of the Christ-child by Mary and Joseph 1c. Elizabeth blessing Mary 1d. Nunc dimittis
Hayle, St Elwyn
  1. West, , four lights, Left - SS Paul and Barnabas above Martha and Mary above Francis of Assisi and William of York. Right - SS Peter and Mark above Joachim and Anna above David and Jonathan.
Helston, St Michael
  1. Nave north 1 (lower), , single light, Christ raising young man from dead and restoring him to his mother (widow of Nain)
Hessenford, St Anne
  1. West, , three lights, Resurrection above roundel of Isaiah : Crucifixion above Last Supper : Ascension above John the Baptist roundel
  2. South aisle west, , single light, Solomon and the building of the Temple
  3. North aisle west, , single light, The Good Samaritan
  4. Chancel east, , three lights, Lancets :- 1. Gabriel : 2. Christ in Majesty over St Michael : 3. Raphael
  5. South aisle 1, , two lights, (Faith) Abraham : the Centurion
  6. South aisle 2, , two lights, (Hope) David : St Paul
  7. South aisle 3, , two lights, (Charity)Joseph : St John the Evangelist
  8. Chancel south 1, , single light, Anna
  9. Chancel south 2, , single light, Elizabeth
  10. Chancel north, , single light, BVM
Kilkhampton, St James the Great
  1. North aisle west, [unknown date], two lights, Crowning of Blessed Virgin Mary
  2. North aisle 2, [unknown date], four lights, King Arthur : Joseph of Arimathaea : St Michael : King Alfred above decorative roundels with crowns set in patterned quarries
  3. Boiler room (old vestry), [unknown date], two lights, Angel with boy: saint or patriarch with book and staff.
  4. Chancel east, , five lights, Passion : Crucifixion
  5. South Chapel east, , three lights, Resurrection, empty tomb with Marys and John
  6. South Chapel south 2, , four lights, Eight Granville knights - plus main figures Sir Richard and Sir Bevil Granville.
  7. Tower west, , four lights,
    3a. God’s commission
    Joshua 1:9
    3b. Gideon’s summons
    Judges 6:34
    3c. David, Saul, armour
    Ⅰ Samuel 17:39
    3d. Christ, Centurion
    Matthew 8:5
    2a. God’s captain
    Joshua 5:13–14
    2b. Gideon’s fleece
    Judges 6:37
    2c. David and Goliath
    Ⅰ Samuel 17:45
    2d. Cornelius’ vision
    Acts 10:3
    1a. Joshua, Jericho
    Joshua 6:16
    1b. Gideon’s battle
    Judges 7:19
    1c. David, water from well
    Ⅱ Samuel 23:15–17
    1d. Peter, Holy Spirit
    Acts 10:44
  8. North aisle 4, , four lights, Matthew : Mark : Luke : John above decorative roundels in patterned quarries
  9. North Chapel east, , three lights, Birth, presentation and baptism of Christ
  10. South aisle 4, , four lights, Isaiah : Jeremiah : Ezekiel : Daniel above decorative roundels in patterned quarries
  11. South Chapel south 1, 1860s, four lights, Eight Granville knights - plus main figures Earls of
  12. North Chapel north, 1860s, four lights,
    3b. Arms of Carteret quartering Granville 3c. Arms of Carteret quartering Granville. Crest of Carteret.
    2a. Earl Granville 2b, 1b. Grace, Countess Granville 2c, 1c. John, Earl of Bath 2d.
    1a. Henry Frederick Thynne, Baron Carteret 1d.
  13. Chancel east, , five lights, Christ in glory above St Michael in Te Deum setting
  14. South aisle 3, , four lights,
    a. St Morwenna
    b. St Nonna (St Non) blessing her son St David
    c. St Buryan
    d. St Columba
    (FH).
  15. South aisle west, , two lights,
    2a. Angel holding arms of the Revd Lord John Thynne 2b. Angel holding arms of Edward Benson as Archbishop of Canterbury
    1a. Revd Lord John Thynne 1b. Edward Benson vested as Archbishop of Canterbury
    (FH).
  16. North aisle 3, , four lights,
    a. St Neot
    b. St Piran
    c. St Petroc
    d. St Germanus of Auxerre
    above decorative roundels with crowns set in patterned quarries (FH).
  17. South aisle 1, , four lights, SS Mary of Cleophas : Blessed Virgin Mary : Mary Magdalene : Mary of Bethany
  18. South aisle 2, , four lights,
    a. St Agnes
    b. St Cecilia
    c. St Lucia
    d. St Margaret of Antioch
  19. North aisle 1, , four lights, St Paul : St Elizabeth with infant John the Baptist : St Anne with infant Blessed Virgin Mary : St James above altar and font
  20. North Chapel east, , three lights, Adoration of the Magi (behind organ)
Lamorran, St Moren
  1. Tower west, , three lights, True Vine : Good Shepherd : Light of the World
Lanhydrock, St Hyderoc
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Agony in Gethsemane above Nativity : Ascension above Crucifixion : Entombment above Baptism
Lannarth (Lanner), Christ Church
  1. South aisle 1, , single light, Suffer little children
Lanreath, St Manarck (Marnach) and St Dunstan
  1. Chancel east, , five lights, Angel : BVM : Crucifixion : St John : Angel with five angels holding shields of “ihs” above each
Lawhitton, St Michael
  1. Chancel east, , five lights,
    a, Agony of Christ in Gethsemane; angel with chalice
    b, Christ bearing the cross
    c, Crucifixion with Mary and John on either side of the cross
    d, Noli me tangere
    e, Cleopas and Peter meet Christ on the road to Emmaus
Lelant, St Uny
  1. Chancel east, , three lights,
    4a. St Uny 4b. Celtic cross 4c. St Winwaloe
    3a. St Erth 3b. St Anta, St Ia the Virgin 3c. St Gwinear
    2. View of the coast of St Ives from the church in the south (left) to the Island in the north (right).
    1a. Tyringham Hall, Buckinghamshire 1b. Arms and crest of Tyringham surmounted on a view of Trencrom Hill. 1c. Trevethoe House, Cornwall
    (N).
Lezant, St Briochus
  1. Chancel south, , two lights, Christ with saints above angels with shields and inscriptions above the summoning of the living and the dead
  2. Chancel east, , three lights,
    2. Christ’s death on the cross
    1. The Last Supper
  3. North aisle west, , single light, St Cecilia
Liskeard, St Martin
  1. Chancel east, , five lights, Ascension scene above :-Pilate with Joseph of Arimathaea : Sealing the Tomb : Two angels with scrolls : Three Marys : SS John and Peter arriving at the empty tomb
  2. North Chapel north 2, , four lights, St. Joseph : BVM : Mary Magdalene : Stephen with four angels holding scrolls beneath - Beatitudes.
  3. Baptistry (tower) west, , four lights, SS Matthew : Mark : Luke : John - above evangelists’ symbols
  4. South aisle 1, , four lights, Bishop Ridley : Agnes Prest : Anne Askew : Bishop Ridley all above the flames of martyrdom
  5. Lady Chapel south 1, , four lights, Elijah : Moses : David : Samuel
  6. South Chapel east, , three lights, Christ healing the diseased
  7. North Chapel north 1, , four lights, Adoration of the Magi and Shepherds:
    1. Magi presenting gifts.
    2. Angels adoring the infant Jesus.
    3. Blessed Virgin Mary and child.
    4. Shepherds offering fruit.
  8. South Chapel south 2, , four lights, Dorcas - eight scenes :- three of Dorcas’ good works : death of Dorcas : summoning of St Peter : Restoration to life.
  9. South Chapel south 3, , four lights, Christ’s commission to the disciples : four angels below
  10. North aisle west, , four lights, Crucifixion
Lostwithiel, St Bartholomew
  1. South aisle 2, , three lights, Suffer little children across all three lights. Lower sequence :- Feeding the Hungry : Water to the Thirsty : Clothing the Naked : Welcoming a Stranger
  2. Chancel east, , five lights, Crucifixion across all five lights. Lower sequence:-
    1. Deposition from the Cross.
    2. Three Marys.
    3. Two angels at the Tomb.
    4. SS John and Peter.
    5. Christ and Mary Magdalene (Noli me tangere).
  3. South aisle west, , single light, St George
  4. North aisle west, , single light, St Elizabeth of Hungary
Lostwithiel, St Faith’s House of Mercy
  1. [unknown location], [unknown date]
Madron, St Madern
  1. South aisle 1, , three lights, Six corporal acts of mercy.
    3a. I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat 3b, 2b. Christ as the Good Shepherd 3c. I was a stranger, and ye took me in
    2a. I was sick, and ye visited me 2c. I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink
    1a. Naked, and ye clothed me 1b. I have taught thee in the way of wisdom 1c. I was in prison, and ye came unto me
Maker, St Mary and St Julian
  1. North aisle 2, , three lights, Christ preaching in a boat. Top of left and right lights repaired with plain glass
Maryfield, St Philip and St James
  1. North aisle 1, , single light, St Martha
  2. Chancel east, , five lights,
    2. The Crucifixion, together with the three Marys and St John, set in a blue tint grisaille
    1a. Adoration of the Magi 1b. Flight into Egypt 1c. Purification of Mary; the offering of the doves 1d. Adoration of the Christ-child by Mary and Joseph 1e. Annunciation to the shepherds
  3. Chancel south 1, , two lights, Noli me tangere above Road to Emmaus : Christ summoning the fishermen above Thomas
  4. Chancel south 2, , two lights,
    2a. Christ rebukes the wind 2b. Christ saves Peter from drowning
    1a. Miracle of the loaves and fishes 1b. Wedding at Cana
    (N).
  5. Nave south 2, , four lights, Baptism of Christ above Moses and the Red Sea : Pentecost above the Fiery Furnace : Baptism of eunuch above Naaman : Jailor with Paul and Silas above Noah building Ark.
  6. North aisle west, , single light, St Mary
  7. North transept north 2, , three lights, Six Corporal Acts of Mercy and the healing of Tabitha by Peter
    3a. I was a stranger, and ye took me in 3b. Peter and Tabitha 3c. I was in prison, and ye came unto me
    2a. I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink 2b. Tabitha (Dorcas) is raised from the dead by Peter’s prayer 2c. I was sick, and ye visited me
    1a. I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat 1b. Peter is shown the clothings made by Tabitha (Dorcas) 1c. Naked, and ye clothed me
  8. North transept north 1, , three lights, (Totally hidden behind organ) Fully stained glass
  9. North transept east, , two lights, SS Philip : James the Less
  10. Nave south 1, , three lights, Stephen above the woman of Samaria at Jacob’s well : Moses stopping the fight above Moses : Jesus and Nathanael above Widow of Nain
  11. Tower west, 1870s, two lights, Gabriel : Michael
Mawgan-in-Pydar, St Mawgan (and St Nicholas)
  1. North nave west, , three lights,
    1. St John?
    2. Christ in Majesty
    3. St James the Less, with fuller’s club
    above Nunc Dimittis.
  2. South Chapel east, , five lights, Events after the Resurrection, leading up to the Ascension.
    2. Christ ascends into heaven with angels; apostles beneath
    1a. Christ’s commission to Peter: “Feed my sheep” 1b. Thomas reaches out to touch the wound in Christ’s side 1c. Noli me tangere 1d. Cleopas and Peter meet Christ on the road to Emmaus 1e. Supper at Emmaus: Christ is made known in the breaking of the bread
Menheniot, St Lalluwy
  1. Chancel east, [unknown date], four lights, Last Supper
Morval, St Wenna
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, BVM above Entombment : Christ above Angels at the empty tomb : St John above Noli me tangere.
Mylor, St Melorus
  1. South transept south, , three lights, SS Peter : Good Shepherd : John
North Hill, St Torney
  1. Chancel south, , three lights,
    a. Adoration of the Christ-child by Mary and Joseph
    b. Resurrection: Christ arises from the grave
    c. Bearing of Christ’s body to the grave
  2. Chancel east, , five lights,
    2a. The arrest of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane 2b. Christ bearing the cross 2c. Crucifixion with Mary and John on either side of the cross 2d. Noli me tangere 2e. The Ascension
    1a. Agony of Christ in Gethsemane; angel with chalice 1b. The kiss of Judas; Christ’s betrayal 1c. Christ before Pontius Pilate 1d. Scourging of Christ at the pillar 1e. Soldiers place a crown of thorns on Christ’s head
  3. Chancel north, , three lights, Te Deum (Ascension with Old Testament prophets and patriachs).
Penponds, Holy Trinity
  1. Chancel south 2, , single light, Confession of St Thomas
  2. Nave west, , two lights, Christ blessing little children
  3. Chancel east, , three lights, Three lancets : Our Lord as King of Angels and Men
  4. North aisle west, , two lights, Sympathy: Visitation of the BVM : BVM and St John
  5. Porch east, , single light, Quatrefoil - Annunciation angel
  6. Porch west, , single light, Quatrefoil - Annunciation BVM. Includes two inserts : (i) to left, Book on covered lectern ; (ii) Part of chateau (painted, possibly Flemish, 17th-18th century?)
  7. Chancel south 1, , single light, *St Anne and BVM
Penzance, St John the Baptist
  1. Chancel east, , 3 lancets :- Ascension across all three. Below : (left) St John the evangelist leading BVM from Crucifixion : (centre) angels and Marys at the empty Tomb : (right) Noli me tangere.
  2. South Chapel east, , two lights, Annunciation to Simeon : Presentation at the Temple
Porthleven, St Bartholomew
  1. West 1, , single light, St Barnabas
  2. West 2, , single light, St Bartholomew
Porthpean, St Levan
  1. Chancel east, , three lights,
    2a. Angel holding scroll 2b. Christ as Salvator Mundi 2c. Angel holding scroll
    1a. The good centurion of Capernaum 1b. Christ walks on water: It is I; be not afraid 1c. St Paul
    (FH).
  2. Chancel south, , single light,
    2. Angel holding regimental badge of the Coldstream Guards
    1. The Archangel Michael
    (FA).
  3. West, , single light,
    2. Regimental badge of the Coldstream Guards
    1. The angel of the church of Smyrna
    (FA).
  4. Nave north 1, , single light,
    2. Regimental badge of the Coldstream Guards
    1. David
    (FH).
  5. Chancel north, , single light,
    2. Angel holding regimental badge of the Coldstream Guards
    1. St George
    (FH).
  6. Nave south 1, , single light,
    2. Lily
    1. Christ walks on water: It is I; be not afraid
    (N).
  7. Nave south 2, , single light,
    2. Galley
    1. King Alfred
    (FH).
  8. Nave north 2, , single light,
    2. Anchor
    1. Christ appears to a sailor at the tiller of his boat
    (FA).
Poughill, St Olaf King and Martyr
  1. Chancel east, [unknown date], three lights, John above Resurrection : BVM above Three Marys at the Tomb : Mary Magdalene above Noli me tangere : Peter above Good Shepherd.
Probus, St Probus and St Grace
  1. North Chapel east, , five lights,
    2a. St Grace 2b. St Paul 2c. Virgin Mary and infant Jesus 2d. St Peter 2e. St Probus
    1a. King Athelstan 1b. Paul on Mars’ Hill in front of the altar of the unknown God 1c. Annunciation to the Virgin Mary 1d. Christ’s commission to Peter: “Feed my sheep” 1e. St Cornelius
Redruth, St Andrew
  1. South aisle 4, , two lights, Adoration of the Magi
  2. South aisle 2, , two lights, Annunciation to the Virgin Mary
  3. South aisle 3, , two lights, Adoration of the shepherds
  4. South aisle 5, , two lights, Christ and the Doctors in the Temple Christ found by his parents with the doctors in the temple
  5. North aisle 5, , two lights, Calling of Peter and Andrew by Christ)
  6. North aisle 4, , two lights, Healing at the pool of Bethesda Heal me O Lord, and I shall be healed for Thou art my praise (Jeremiah 17:14
  7. South aisle west, , single light, Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan
  8. Northwest porch, , single light, Two disciples of John the Baptist follow Christ What seek ye? (John 1:38)
  9. North nave clerestory 7, , four lights,
    a. The Archangel Gabriel
    b, c. Wedding at Cana
    d. Blessed Virgin Mary
  10. North nave clerestory 6, , four lights, St Bartholomew (right light only, rest plain glass): ‘When thou passest through the waters I will be with thee’ (Isaiah 43:2)
St Austell, Holy Trinity
  1. South Chapel south 1, , two lights, Presentation at the Temple : Flight to Egypt
St Breward, St Brueredus
  1. North Chapel (vestry), , two lights, The angel addresses the holy women at the empty tomb
St Cleer, St Clarus
  1. Chancel east, , four lights, Christ with the Doctors in the Temple : Christ, apostles and child : Suffer little children : Raising of Jairus’ daughter
St Columb Major, St Columba
  1. South transept, , four lights, The four evangelists above four Latin doctors of the church
    2a. St Matthew 2b. St Mark 2c. St Luke 2d. St John the Evangelist
    1a. St Ambrose. Angel—symbol of St Matthew 1b. St Jerome. Winged lion—symbol of St Mark 1c. St Gregory. Winged bull—symbol of St Luke 1d. St Augustine of Hippo. Eagle—symbol of St John the Evangelist
St Erth, St Ercus
  1. North aisle west, , three lights, Agony in Gethsemane above Christ and Pilate : Crucifixion above Bearing the Cross : Resurrection above Deposition from the Cross.
  2. Chancel east, , five lights, SS Paul : Timothy : Christ : Eunice : Lois
  3. South Chapel east, , five lights,
    2a. Unidentfied British saint and martyr, holding a palm frond 2b. Unidentfied British saint and bishop, holding a model of a ship 2c. Christ as the Good Shepherd 2d. Unidentfied British saint and bishop, holding a model of a church 2e. St Alban
    1. Five scenes from the life of the Good Shepherd
    (FH).
  4. South aisle 1, , three lights, SS Mary : Christ : John the Evangelist
  5. South aisle west, , three lights, Suffer little children above Annunciation : Nativity : Christ in the carpenter’s shop
St Gennys, St Genesius
  1. South Chapel south, , three lights, St George and dragon in centre light. Left and right - British Legion badges and “R.G.”
St Germans, St Germanus of Auxerre
  1. Chancel north 2, , three lights, Transfiguration
St Hilary, St Hilary
  1. South transept south, , four lights, St Paul’s farewell to the Ephesians (Acts 20:38).
  2. North transept north, , four lights, SS Ambrose : Augustine : Jerome : Gregory
  3. Nave clerestory southeast, , three lights, SS Matthew : Evangelists’ emblems : Mark
  4. Nave clerestory northeast, , three lights, SS Luke : Evangelists’ emblems : John the Evangelist
St Just-in-Penwith, St Just
  1. South aisle 1, , three lights,
    a. Emblem of the Archangel Michael
    b. The Archangel Michael
    c. Star of India above Arms of Crosthwaite
  2. South aisle 2, , three lights,
    a. Cherub
    b. The Archangel Gabriel
    c. Cherub
  3. South aisle 3, , three lights,
    2b. Winged bull—symbol of St Luke
    1a. Lilies. Arms of Nisbet 1b. St Luke 1c. Roses. Arms and motto of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland
  4. North aisle 4, , three lights, Christ, a soldier, and names of 36 soldiers from parish who fell in Great War
St Just-in-Roseland, St Just
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, BVM : Crucifixion : St John
  2. Tower west, , three lights, SS Mawes : Peter : Just
St Keyne, St Kayna
  1. Chancel east, , three lights,
    a. Blessed Virgin Mary
    b. Christ
    c. St John the Evangelist
    (lower section behind reredos)
  2. South aisle 1, , two lights, SS Peter : Paul
  3. North aisle east, , two lights, Suffer little children
St Mellion, St Mellanus
  1. s6. South transept south, , three lights, The Resurrection:
    a. The three holy women.
    b. Christ arises from the grave
    c. SS John and Peter.
St Michael Caerhays, St Michael
  1. Chancel north, , single light, St Michael
St Michael Penkevil, St Michael
  1. South transept south, , three lights, Healing miracles - Blind above Deaf : Lame above Dead : Leper above children
St Nectan, St Nectan
  1. South aisle east, , three lights, Nunc dimittis
St Winnow, St Winnow
  1. South aisle 1, , three lights, Good Shepherd : Light of the World : Suffer little children
Sennen, St Sennen
  1. South aisle east, [unknown date], three lights, Visiting the sick : Ascension : Suffer little children
  2. South aisle west, [unknown date], two lights, Dorcas distributing alms ?
  3. Chancel east, , three lights, Baptism of Christ : Good Shepherd : Christ and John the Baptist
  4. South aisle 2, , three lights, Faith : Hope : Charity
  5. South aisle 3, , two lights, Raising of Widow of Nain’s son
South Petherwin, St Paternus
  1. South aisle east, , four lights, Suffer little children
Stithians, St Stedyana
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Ascension
Stratton, St Andrew
  1. North aisle 1, , three lights, Christ : Moses : Elias - Transfiguration scene with three scroll bearing angels below
  2. North Chapel east, , three lights, The scene in the upper room at Jerusalem on the first day of Pentecost after the Ascension.
Treslothan, St John the Evangelist
  1. West 1, [unknown date], single light, “Feed my sheep”
  2. West 2, [unknown date], single light, Good Shepherd
  3. West 3, [unknown date], single light, “Come unto me all ye that labour”
  4. Nave north 5, [unknown date], single light, St Catherine
  5. Nave north 4, [unknown date], single light, Angel from original tracery set in plain glass
  6. Nave north 3, [unknown date], single light, Angel from original tracery set in plain glass
  7. Nave north 2, [unknown date], single light, Angel from original tracery set in plain glass
  8. Nave north 1, [unknown date], single light, Angel from original tracery set in plain glass
  9. Nave south 1, , single light, Suffer little children (1)
  10. Nave south 2, , single light, Suffer little children (2)
  11. Nave south 3, , single light, Suffer little children (3)
Trevalga, St Petroc
  1. Chancel east, , three lights,
    2a. Adoration of the Magi 2b. Crucifixion 2c. Christ ascends into heaven; apostles beneath
    1a. Annunciation to the Virgin Mary 1b. Christ is laid down–descent from the cross 1c. Noli me tangere
  2. Tower west, , three lights, BVM and child : Good Shepherd : St Christopher carrying Christ-child
Troon, The Good Shepherd
  1. Chancel south, [unknown date], single light, St Catherine
  2. Chancel east, , three lights, Suffer little children
  3. South wall, , three lights, “Feed my sheep” : Good Shepherd : “Come unto me all who labour”
Truro, Cathedral Church of St Mary
  1. N4. Northeast quire transept, [unknown date], four lights, Old Testament typology, foreshadowing events in the New Testament.
    Types of the Incarnation Types of the Atonement Types of the Resurrection Types of the Ascension
    7a. The burning bush—the calling of Moses 7b. Abraham has his hand raised to kill Isaac 7c. King Darius goes to the lions’ den and finds Daniel alive 7d. Elijah is carried up to heaven in a chariot with horses of fire
    6a. Gideon presses the fleece and wrings out a bowl of water 6b. Moses proclaims the Passover 6c. Jonah is cast on dry land after three days in the whale 6d. The Ark of the Covenant is carried by the Levites
    5a. Elisha stretches himself out on the child of the Shunammite woman 5b. Moses and the brazen serpent 5c. Joseph is pulled out of the pit 5d. David with Goliath’s head
    4a. Jacob dreams of a ladder from earth to heaven 4b. Moses strikes the rock, water gushes out 4c. Samson carries the gates of Gaza on his shoulders 4d. Yom Kippur prayer in the synagogue
    Types of the Church Types of Holy Baptism Types of the Holy Eucharist Types of the Church
    3a. Creation of Eve 3b. The dove returns to Noah with an olive branch 3c. Melchisedek blesses Abraham 3d. Ahasuerus holds out his sceptre to Esther
    2a. Moses shows the flowering rod of Aaron to the community 2b. Passage through the Red Sea 2c. In the morning, manna falls to the earth 2d. The seven-branched candlestick in the temple of Solomon
    1a. Joshua is chosen as successor to Moses 1b. Naaman dips himself in the River Jordan and is cured 1c. The grapes of Eshcol 1d. Solomon supervising the building of his temple
    (N).
  2. E1 a. Upper east left, , single light, The Apocalypse - Angels : Patriarchs : Angels : Six Apostles and St Paul : Angels : Martyrs : Glory of the Word going forth on a white horse. (N).
  3. e1 a. Lower east left, , single light, Incarnation:
    4a. Adoration of the Magi
    3a. Annunciation to the shepherds
    2a. Elizabeth blessing Mary
    1a. Annunciation to the Virgin Mary
    (N).
  4. E1 b. Upper east centre, , single light, The Apocalypse - Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit : Christ in Majesty : Archangels : Emblems of the Evangelists : BVM and the Holy Innocents : Adoration of the Lamb. (N).
  5. e1 b. Lower east centre, , single light, Passion:
    4b. The Crucifixion, with the Blessed Virgin Mary, St John the Evangelist and Mary Magdalene
    3b. Pilate shows Christ to the people: Ecce homo
    2b. Agony of Christ in Gethsemane; angel with chalice
    1b. Christ addressing his disciples after the Last Supper
    (N).
  6. E1 c. Upper east right, , single light, The Apocalypse - Angels : Prophets : Angels : Six Apostles and St Barnabas : Angels : Greek and Latin Doctors of the Church : Vision of the City of God (N).
  7. e1 c. Lower east right, , single light, Passion and Resurrection:
    4c. Resurrection: Christ arises from the grave
    3c. The angel addresses the holy women at the empty tomb
    2c. The holy women anoint Christ’s body
    1c. Pietà—the dead Christ in Mary’s lap
    (N).
  8. s2. South quire aisle east, , single light,
    3. St John the Evangelist
    2. John leads the Blessed Virgin Mary away from the cross
    1. John teaching at Ephesus
    (FH).
  9. s10. South transept lancet 1, , single light, Witness of St Stephen : Baptism of Cornelius the centurion by St Peter : St Paul teaching at Athens
  10. s11. South transept lancet 2, , single light, Council at Jerusalem : SS Cyprian, James and Athanasius : Council at Nicea
  11. s12. South transept lancet 3, , single light, St Lawrence displaying the poor as the treasure of the Church : Conversion of Constantine : Augustine entering Canterbury
  12. S13. South transept rose, , single light, God the Holy Spirit and Pentecost - Dove with flames to the twelve Apostles
  13. Bs1. Baptistry 1, , single light,
    3. St Pol de Léon
    2. Henry Martyn as a pupil at Truro Grammar School
    1. Henry Martyn praying by Lamorran Creek
  14. Bs2. Baptistry 2, , single light,
    3. St Cuby
    2. Henry Martyn sailing from Falmouth
    1. Henry Martyn’s first sight of heathenism
  15. Bs3. Baptistry 3, , single light,
    3. St Constantine
    2. Henry Martyn preaching at Cawnpore
    1. Henry Martyn translating the New Testament
  16. Bs4. Baptistry 4, , single light,
    3. St Winnow
    2. Henry Martyn disputing with Persian Doctors
    1. Henry Martyn’s burial at Tokat
  17. N13. North transept rose, , single light, God the Son and the Root of Jesse (Abraham to Joseph)
  18. n2. North quire aisle east, , single light,
    3. St Stephen
    2. Stephen before the Sanhedrin
    1. The stoning of Stephen; the witnesses lay down their clothes at Saul’s feet
    (FH).
  19. SMs10. St Mary’s aisle 9, , two lights,
    3. Calling of James and John by Christ
    2. Angels holding scroll describing scene above
    1a. Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan 1b. Christ and the woman of Samaria: sitting at Jacob’s well he asks her for a drink from her jug
    (N).
  20. SMs11. St Mary’s aisle 10, , two lights,
    3a, 3b. Christ’s Sermon on the Mount
    2a, 2b. Angels holding scrolls on which is the fourth Beatitude
    1a. Parable of the Sower: the sower casts the seed. 1b. Parable of the Sower: the reaper harvests a good crop.
    (N).
  21. n21. North transept 1 (St George’s Chapel), , single light,
    2 upper. St George
    2 lower. St Joseph of Arimathaea, St Augustine of Canterbury
    1. , St George slays the dragon
  22. s13. Baptistry vestibule 1, , single light,
    3. Elijah
    2. Annunciation of the birth of John the Baptist to Zacharias
    1. Zacharias writes John’s name
  23. s14. Baptistry vestibule 2, , single light,
    3. St John the Baptist
    2. John the Baptist preaching
    1. Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan
  24. s15. Baptistry vestibule 3, , single light,
    3. Noah
    2. John the Baptist reproaches Herod Antipas and Herodias
    1. The beheading of John the Baptist
  25. n3. North quire aisle north 1, , single light, St Paul : SS Mary Magdalene, Luke : Conversion of Paul on the road to Damascus
  26. s3. South quire aisle south 1, , single light,
    2 upper. St Peter
    2 lower. St James the Great, St Mark
    1. Christ’s commission to Peter: “Feed my sheep”
  27. s4. South quire aisle south 2, , single light,
    2 upper. St James the Less
    2 lower. St Matthew, St Thomas
    1. Convention in Jerusalem
  28. n11. North quire aisle north 9, , single light, St Ambrose : SS Augustine, Monica : Theodosius I confessing to Ambrose the massacre of Thessalonica.
  29. n13. North transept east 1, , single light,
    2 upper. St Piran
    2 lower. St Germanus of Auxerre, St Petroc
    1. Alleluia Battle,
    (FH).
  30. n23. North nave aisle 2, , single light,
    2 upper. The Venerable Bede
    2 lower. Alcuin, John of Damascus
    1. Death of Bede at Jarrow, dictating the translation of St John’s Gospel
  31. n10. North quire aisle north 8, , single light, St Athanasius : SS Basil, John Chrysostum : Athanasius returning to Alexandria .
  32. n9. North quire aisle north 7, , single light, St Helena : Origen, St Jerome : Helena finding the Cross.
  33. S4. Southeast quire transept, , four lights, Adoration of the Magi and scenes from the life of Christ.
    4a. Angel holding scroll 4d. Angel holding scroll
    3. Adoration of the Magi
    2a. Flight into Egypt 2b. Joseph with Jesus and Mary in his carpenter’s workshop 2c. Christ tempted by Satan 2d. Christ’s Sermon on the Mount
    1a. Christ found by his parents with the doctors in the temple 1b. Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan 1c. Wedding at Cana 1d. Transfiguration: Moses and Elijah appear on either side of Christ
  34. n6. North quire aisle north 4, , single light,
    2 upper. St Pantaenus the Philosopher
    2 lower. St Irenaeus of Smyrna, St Justin the Martyr
    1. Pantaenus preaching to the Indians
  35. n5. North quire aisle north 3, , single light,
    2 upper. St Clement of Rome
    2 lower. St Ignatius of Antioch, St Polycarp
    1. Peter and Paul teaching Clement as a young man
  36. n8. North quire aisle north 6, , single light,
    2 upper. St Alban
    2 lower. St Pancras of Rome, St Catherine of Alexandria
    1. Alban before the Judge
  37. n7. North quire aisle north 5, , single light,
    2 upper. St Cyprian
    2 lower. St Perpetua, St Lawrence
    1. Beheading of St Cyprian
  38. SMs9. St Mary’s aisle 8, , two lights, Christ with Mary Magdalene above two angels
  39. n4. North quire aisle north 2, , single light, St Timothy : St Denys (Dionysius the Areopagite), Onesimus : Ordination of Timothy
  40. n22. North nave aisle 1, , single light,
    2 upper. St Theodore of Tarsus
    2 lower. St Aidan of Lindisfarne, St Wilfrid of York
    1. , Council of Hatfield
  41. n12. North quire aisle north 10, , single light, St Benedict : SS Antony of Egypt, Scholastica : Benedict building cathedral at Naples
  42. n19. North transept lancet 5, , two lights,
    a. Eve
    b. Sarah
  43. n17. North transept lancet 3, , two lights,
    a. Thamar
    b. Rachab
  44. n15. North transept lancet 1, , two lights,
    a. Ruth
    b. Bathsheba
  45. SMs14. St Mary’s aisle 13, , five lights, Themes of water and baptism:
    2a. Noah 2b. Moses 2c. St John the Baptist 2d. St Peter 2e. St Philip
    1a. The embarcation of the ark 1b. Passage through the Red Sea 1c. Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan 1d. Peter baptises Cornelius 1e. Philip baptises the Ethiopian eunuch
  46. s24. South nave aisle 9, , single light, John Wesley : Charles Wesley and Samuel Walker : John Wesley preaching to the miners at Gwennap pit.
  47. W1. West rose, , single light, God the Father and the Creation
  48. s26. West lancet 1, , single light,
    2. The Archangel Uriel
    1. Creation of Adam
  49. s27. West lancet 2, , single light,
    2. The Archangel Gabriel
    1. Creation of Eve
  50. n36. West lancet 3, , single light,
    2. The Archangel Michael
    1. Eve offers fruit to Adam
  51. n35. West lancet 4, , single light,
    2. The Archangel Raphael
    1. An angel expels Adam and Eve from Eden
  52. n33. North nave aisle 12, , single light,
    2 upper. Archbishop Benson
    2 lower. Faith, Hope
    1. Prince of Wales laying foundation stone of Truro Cathedral,
  53. n32. North nave aisle 11, , single light, Queen Victoria : Gen Charles Gordon and Alfred, Lord Tennyson : Queen Victoria receiving news of her accession.
  54. n25. North nave aisle 4, , single light,
    2 upper. St Bernard of Clairvaux
    2 lower. St Francis of Assisi, St Dominic
    1. Bernard preaching at Vézelay,
  55. n24. North nave aisle 3, , single light,
    2 upper. King Edward the Confessor
    2 lower. Leofric, Kenstec
    1. King Edward and Queen Edith placing Leofric on episcopal throne,
  56. s22. South nave aisle 7, , single light, Charles I : George Herbert and Sir John Eliot : Beheading of Charles I.
  57. s23. South nave aisle 8, , single light, Margaret Godolphin, née Blagge : Sir Bevil Grenville and Sir Jonathan Trelawny : Margaret Blagge resigning her post at Court.
  58. n14. North transept east 2, , single light,
    2 upper. St Gregory
    2 lower. St Martin of Tours, St Patrick
    1. Gregory with children in the market in Rome
  59. s25. South nave aisle west, , single light,
    2. Guardian angel of fishermen
    1. Cornish fishermen at Newlyn
  60. n34. North nave aisle west, , single light,
    2. Guardian angel of miners
    1. Cornish miners at Dolcoath
  61. n31. North nave aisle 10, , single light,
    2 upper. Henry Martyn
    2 lower. John Keble, Frederick Denison Maurice
    1. Martyn consulting with Persian scholars
  62. n27. North nave aisle 6, , single light, Joan of Arc : Louis IX and St Catherine of Siena : Coronation of Charles VII,
  63. n26. North nave aisle 5, , single light, Archbishop Stephen Langton : Edward I and Bishop Richard Grosseteste : Signing of the Magna Carta
  64. SMs8 a. St Mary’s aisle 7 left, , two lights,
    2a. Vision of Christ between seven golden candlesticks
    1a. John leads the Blessed Virgin Mary away from the cross
    2b top. Medieval-style female head
  65. s18. South nave aisle 3, , single light, St Anselm : John Duns Scotus and St Thomas Aquinas : Anselm remonstrating with King William II
  66. n30. North nave aisle 9, , single light,
    2 upper. Bishop Joseph Butler
    2 lower. Sir Isaac Newton, George Frideric Handel
    1. Butler presenting his “Analogy” to Queen Caroline
  67. s20. South nave aisle 5, , single light, Thomas à Kempis : Girolamo Savonarola and John Hus : Thomas à Kempis reading in the field.
  68. s21. South nave aisle 6, , single light, Dean John Colet : Sir Thomas More and Erasmus : Dean Colet teaching at St Paul’s Cathedral School
  69. s16. South nave aisle 1, , single light, St Boniface : SS Columbanus and Methodius : Boniface felling oak
  70. s17. South nave aisle 2, , single light, Charles the Great : Kings Olaf and Alfred : Coronation of Charles the Great
  71. s19. South nave aisle 4, , single light, Dante : Giotto and Innocent III : Opening scene of Dante’s Divine Comedy
  72. n29. North nave aisle 8, , single light, Richard Hooker : Bishop Lancelot Andrewes and Francis Bacon : Hooker preaching at Paul’s Cross
  73. n28. North nave aisle 7, , single light, Archbishop Thomas Cranmer : John Wycliffe and Miles Coverdale : Cranmer receiving injunction from Henry VIII
Truro, Chapel of the Community of the Epiphany
  1. North alcove west, [unknown date], single light,
    1. Ascension
    2. Noli me tangere
    3. Annunciation to BVM
Trythall, All Saints
  1. East, , three lights, Left - SS Kenya,Agnes,Catherine,Barbara,Morwenna,Bridget : Centre - BVM, Crucifixion, St John Evangelist : Right - SS Alban, Stephen, Neot, Augustine of Canterbury, Augustine of Hippo, Paul.

Outside Cornwall

These are mostly windows that have some connection with Cornwall; it is not intended to be a complete list.

Harberton, St Andrew
  1. North, , four lights, Who is the greatest in the kingdom of Heaven? (Matthew 18:3–5)
    2. Christ calls a child
    1a. Angel holding scroll 1b. Angel holding scroll 1c. Angel holding scroll 1d. Angel holding scroll
    (N).
Leusdon, St John the Baptist
  1. e1. Chancel east, [unknown date], three lights,
    2a. St John the Baptist b. Christ’s death on the cross 2c. St Peter
    1a. St Mary Magdalene 1c. Unidentified
    (FH).
Melbourne, Cathedral Church of St Paul
  1. e1. Chancel east, , Christ ascends into heaven; apostles beneath. In the predellas below are events after the Resurrection leading up to the Ascension:
    1a. The angel addresses the holy women at the empty tomb
    1b. Noli me tangere
    1c. Supper at Emmaus: Christ is made known in the breaking of the bread
    1d. Thomas reaches out to touch the wound in Christ’s side
    1e. Christ at the Sea of Galilee (post-Resurrection), orders the Apostles to cast their net to the right-hand side of the boat
    (FH).
  2. S2. South sanctuary clerestory 1, (FH).
  3. S3. South sanctuary clerestory 2, (FH).
  4. S4. South sanctuary clerestory 3, (FH).
  5. S5. South sanctuary clerestory 4, (FH).
  6. s2. Macartney chapel east, , single light,
    3. Angel holding scroll
    2. Christ and the woman of Samaria: sitting at Jacob’s well he asks her for a drink from her jug
    1. Angel holding scroll
    (N).
  7. S6. South transept clerestory east 1, (FH).
  8. S7. South transept clerestory east 2, (FH).
  9. S8. South transept rose, (FH).
  10. S9. South transept clerestory west 1, (FH).
  11. S10. South transept clerestory west 2, (FH).
  12. CN1. Crossing east 1, (FH).
  13. CS1. Crossing east 2, (FH).
  14. CS2. Crossing south 1, (FH).
  15. CS3. Crossing south 2, (FH).
  16. CS4. Crossing west 1, (FH).
  17. CN4. Crossing west 2, (FH).
  18. CN3. Crossing north 2, (FH).
  19. CN2. Crossing north 1, (FH).
  20. s3. South nave aisle 1, , two lights, The widow’s mite (N).
  21. S11. South nave clerestory 1, (FH).
  22. s4. South nave aisle 2, , two lights, Entry into Jerusalem (N).
  23. S12. South nave clerestory 2, (FH).
  24. s5. South nave aisle 3, , two lights, Christ raises the son of the widow of Nain (N).
  25. S13. South nave clerestory 3, (FH).
  26. s6. South nave aisle 4, , two lights, Christ’s commission to Peter: “Feed my sheep” (N).
  27. S14. South nave clerestory 4, (FH).
  28. s7. South nave aisle 5, , two lights, Christ walks on water: It is I; be not afraid (N).
  29. S15. South nave clerestory 5, (FH).
  30. s8. South nave aisle 6, , two lights, Suffer little children (N).
  31. S16. South nave clerestory 6, (FH).
  32. s9. South nave aisle 7, , two lights, Christ rebukes the wind (N).
  33. S17. South nave clerestory 7, (FH).
  34. s10. South nave aisle 8, , two lights, Miraculous draught of fishes (N).
  35. S18. South nave clerestory 8, (FH).
  36. s11. South nave aisle 9, , two lights, Wedding at Cana (N).
  37. S19. South nave clerestory 9, (FH).
  38. s12. South nave aisle 10, , two lights, Christ with the doctors in the temple (N).
  39. S20. South nave clerestory 10, (FH).
  40. s13. South nave aisle 11, , two lights, Nunc dimittis (N).
  41. S21. South nave clerestory 11, (FH).
  42. s14. South nave aisle 12, , two lights, Adoration of the Magi (N).
  43. S22. South nave clerestory 12, (FH).
  44. s15. South narthex west, , two lights,
    3a. St Stephen 3b. St Paul
    2a. Stephen giving alms 2b. Paul speaks to the men on the ship
    1a. Ordination of Stephen 1b. Paul’s vision of a Macedonian man
    (N).
  45. W1. West, (FH).
  46. n20. North narthex west, , two lights,
    3a. St Timothy 3b. St Barnabas
    2a. Ordination of Timothy 2b. Barnabas brings money to the disciples
    1a. Timothy with mother and grandmother 1b. Barnabas sets sail for Cyprus
    (N).
  47. n19. North nave aisle 12, , two lights, Paul speaks to the people from the stairs of the castle in Jerusalem: childhood in the school of Gamaliel. (N).
  48. N22. North nave clerestory 12, (FH).
  49. n18. North nave aisle 11, , two lights, In Jerusalem Barnabas brings Saul to the apostles (N).
  50. N21. North nave clerestory 11, (FH).
  51. n17. North nave aisle 10, , two lights, The sorcerer Elymas (Elymes, Bar-Jesus), who tries to prevent Paul and Barnabas from speaking, is struck blind by Paul (N).
  52. N20. North nave clerestory 10, (FH).
  53. n16. North nave aisle 9, , two lights, Paul and Barnabas heal a cripple; the people of Lystra think they are Mercury and Jupiter (N).
  54. N19. North nave clerestory 9, (FH).
  55. n15. North nave aisle 8, , two lights, Preparation of the sacrificial celebration with oxen and garlands in front of the temple of Jupiter—Paul and Barnabas at Lystra (N).
  56. N18. North nave clerestory 8, (FH).
  57. n14. North nave aisle 7, , two lights, The warder and his family are baptised by Paul and Silas (N).
  58. N17. North nave clerestory 7, (FH).
  59. n13. North nave aisle 6, , two lights, Paul on Mars’ Hill in front of the altar of the unknown God (N).
  60. N16. North nave clerestory 6, (FH).
  61. n12. North nave aisle 5, , two lights, Paul before Festus, King Agrippa and Queen Bernice (N).
  62. N15. North nave clerestory 5, (FH).
  63. n11. North nave aisle 4, , two lights, The shipwreck on the coast of Malta (Melita)—story of Paul (N).
  64. N14. North nave clerestory 4, (FH).
  65. n10. North nave aisle 3, , two lights, After the shipwreck Paul and his men are kindly received by the inhabitants of Malta (Melita), who make fire (N).
  66. N13. North nave clerestory 3, (FH).
  67. n9. North nave aisle 2, , two lights, Paul preaches and tells his story to Jews while guarded by soldiers (N).
  68. N12. North nave clerestory 2, (FH).
  69. n8. North nave aisle 1, , two lights, The beheading of Paul (N).
  70. N11. North nave clerestory 1, (FH).
  71. N10. North transept clerestory west, (FH).
  72. n7. North transept north 3, , single light, Faith (FA).
  73. N9. North transept clerestory north 2, (FH).
  74. n6. North transept north 2, , single light, Charity (FA).
  75. N8. North transept clerestory north 1, (FH).
  76. n5. North transept north 1, , single light, Hope (FA).
  77. N7. North transept clerestory east 2, (FH).
  78. N6. North transept clerestory east 1, (FH).
  79. n4. Chapel of the Ascension north 2, , two lights, Adoration of the Christ-child by Mary and Joseph (N).
  80. n3. Chapel of the Ascension north 1, , two lights, Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan (N).
  81. n2. Chapel of the Ascension east, , single light,
    3. Angel holding scroll
    2. Christ’s Sermon on the Mount
    1. Angel holding scroll
    (N).
  82. N5. North Sanctuary clerestory 4, (FH).
  83. N4. North Sanctuary clerestory 3, (FH).
  84. N3. North Sanctuary clerestory 2, (FH).
  85. N2. North Sanctuary clerestory 1, (FH).