Gothic Architecture Rose Hexagonal Window

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A rose window from the Bishop’s Palace at Southwark. Rose windows fitted with stained glass are common in Gothic architecture during the fourteenth century. The illustrated rose window with hexagonal tracery is unusual in Gothic architecture.


Barfield, T. C. Longmans' Historical Illustrations England in the MIddle Ages (, : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1914)


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