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This is a memorial stained glass window in the South Aisle to the memory of the officers and soldiers who gave their lives from St Thomas's Parish in the Great War 1914-19. The window and the alabaster tablet recording the names was provided by public subscription in 1919-20 and was dedicated on 18th April 1920 by the Bishop of Salisbury and the GOC Southern Command. The following are represented in the window from left to right - Central Lights:St Nicholas (Patron Saint of sailors), St George, St Michael (the Warrior Archangel), King Richard in chain mail. Lower Lights: St Christopher carrying the Christ Child, the Crucifixion, an Archangel and a kneeling man in armour, a Knight kneeling before an altar before departing on a crusade. The Artist was G. F. Hutchinson and the Glaziers, James Powell & Sons of London.More pictures of Salisbury by Victor Naumenko...
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Camera Make: SONY Model: DSC-RX100
Exposure Program: Program, Focal length: 10.4 mm, ISO: 125, Exposure time: 1/100 sec, Metering Mode: Multi-Segment, Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Date/Time Creation: August 18, 2013, 1:10 pm
ImageID:1182358, Image size: 1944 x 2592 pixels
Great shot of the window Victor, and thanks for the narrative.
Super job Victor and interesting reading
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