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Source: R.O.C.Spring: "The Stained Glass of Salisbury Cathedral,"

                   
                   
       

Choir East window

 

S E transept

   
                   
                   
                   
           

S transept

 
                   
                   
                   
           

S nave window

 
                   
       

West window

         

Salisbury, Cathedral

Little of the original C13 glass has survived the ravages of the ages, and particularly those of the eighteenth century when cartloads of 'old' glass were dumped in the rubbish dumps. Some found its way to glaziers and was thence reconstituted into windows both here and elsewhere.


Thye best collection of original grisaille is in the south east transept, and the best remains of figurative glass can be seen in the nave window

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