Great east window of Exeter Cathedral 14th century

The only major surviving piece of pre-Reformation glass in Exeter Cathedral, the Great East Window was first glazed by Master Walter the Glazier in 1303/4.Of the original window, only the top three lights, the figures of Abraham, Moses and Isaiah, and the bottom north three (representing St Margaret, St Catherine and St Mary Magdelene) and the bottom south three (the figures of St Peter, St Paul a.

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