Northampton St. John's Hospital
The middle window is the tracery found on the St. John’s Hospital, Northampton. The two faces on the side is a larger view of the window from the Newarke Gateway at Leicester. These features were commonly found in Gothic architecture to decorate windows.
KeywordsGothic architecture, middle ages, medieval, fourteenth century architecture, Gothic St. John's Hospital in Northampton, Gothic Newarke Gateway at Leicester
Barfield, T. C. Longmans' Historical Illustrations England in the MIddle Ages (, : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1914)