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“The position of the lady-chapel, to the north-east of the north transept, is unique.”
“ For a full account and list of all the subjects as far as is known, see Dean Stubbs 'catalogue of them, abridged from Dr. Montagu James' work on the iconography of the lady-chapel, given in the "Handbook," 20th ed., pp. 127-132.”
“It is probable that this chapel, and the one that possibly replaced it when the present cathedral was built, may have been colloquially known as the lady-chapel, for it is sometimes said that a lady-chapel was in existence before the fourteenth century; but there was nothing about it of the dignity and importance usually associated with the name.”
“Peterborough the lady-chapel (destroyed during the Commonwealth) was in”
“The bishop's executors paid £20 "for making a certain window in the lady-chapel near the high altar in the preceding year.”
“Other erections of very nearly the same date have admirable work, such as the lady-chapel at Winchester and the east end of Chichester; but there is nothing in either of those examples to compare with the elaborate richness of detail at Ely.”
“Decorated period, designed by the same master mind that created the octagon and the lady-chapel.”
“He materially assisted the buildings at the church, particularly the lady-chapel.”
“It was accordingly destroyed, and the lady-chapel assigned, in lieu of it, to the parishioners for their parish church.”
“The exquisite work in the lady-chapel would in itself have been sufficient to establish Walsingham's reputation as an architect of the very highest order of merit; but it would have revealed nothing, if it stood alone, of the consummate constructive genius which he displayed in the conception of the octagon.”
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