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  • NAVE

    • General views of nave

      • General view of nave to the east

        View taken from triforium level at west end of bay 22. Trinity Chapel is visible at far end.

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        • General view of nave to the east

          Taken from floor level of bay 22. Trinity Chapel is visible in distance.

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        • General view of nave to the east

          Taken from bay 19 looking to the east.

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        • North side of nave, looking east

          View to northeast, showing north arcade and north aisle. Taken from bay 22.

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        • South side of nave, looking east

          View to southeast, showing south arcade and south aisle. Taken from bay 22.

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      • General view of nave to the west

        View taken from floor level, crossing bay 12, towards west end of cathedral. North and south nave aisles are visible at right and left of image.

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        • General view of nave to the west

          View down center of nave towards west doors, taken from crossing bay 12.

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        • South side of nave, looking west

          View taken from bay 12 towards southwest, showing south arcade and south aisle.

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        • North side of nave, looking west

          View taken from bay 12 towards northwest, showing north arcade and north aisle.

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    • South nave aisle

      • Transept entrance to south nave aisle

        Transept side of bay 13, looking west. View taken from bay 11 through bay 12 (crossing is to the right of image), into the south nave aisle.

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      • South aisle view to west

        Taken from bay 13, looking towards west wall.

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        • South aisle view to west

          View down center of south aisle.

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        • South aisle, south side.

          View from bay 13 to southwest, showing south wall of south aisle, and south aisle window in west front.

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        • South aisle, north side.

          View to northwest from bay 13. Central aisle of nave is visible through the arcade.

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      • South aisle view to east

        Taken from bay 22. Hertford monument is visible at eastern end of south aisle.

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        • South aisle view to east

          View to east down center of south aisle, taken from bay 21. Hertford monument is visible at far eastern end of aisle.

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        • South aisle, north side.

          View taken from bay 22 to the northeast. Central aisle of nave is visible through arcade.

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        • South aisle, south side.

          View taken from bay 22 to the southeast. Shows south wall of south aisle.

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      • South aisle from nave, bays 14, 15 and 16

        View from the nave through the south arcade towards south wall. Bay 14 is at left of image; bay 16 at right.

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      • South aisle, bays 19, 20, 21

        View taken from nave looking directly south. Bay 19 is at left, bay 20 in center, bay 21 at right. Note entry in bay 22 at far right to cloisters.

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    • North nave aisle

      • Transept entrance to north nave aisle

        Transept side of bay 13, looking west from bay 11 through bay 12 (crossing is at left of image) and into north nave aisle.

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      • North nave aisle view to west

        Taken from bay 13.

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        • North aisle view to west

          View down center of north aisle towards west window. Taken from bay 12.

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        • North aisle, south side

          View to southwest looking into nave from north aisle through north arcade. Taken from bay 12.

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        • North aisle, north side

          View to northwest showing north wall of north aisle. Taken from bay 12.

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      • North nave aisle view to east

        Taken from bay 21. Gorges monument is visible at eastern end of the aisle.

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        • North aisle view to east

          View down center of north aisle towards east window. Taken from bay 21.

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        • North aisle, north side

          View to northeast showing north wall of north aisle. Taken from bay 21.

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        • North aisle, south side

          View to southeast looking into the nave through the north arcade.

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      • North aisle from nave, bays 16, 15 and 14

        Taken from nave through the north arcade to the north wall. Bay 16 is at left of image, bay 15 in center, and bay 14 at right.

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      • North aisle from nave, bays 22 to 18

        View from nave looking through north arcade towards north wall. Bay 22 is at left, and bay 18 at right.

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    • Nave vaults

      • Central nave vaults, bay 18 to east

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      • Central nave vaults, bay 13 to bay 22

        View of all of the nave vaults taken from the crossing to the west wall. Bay 13 is at top of image and bay 22 at bottom of image.

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        • Central nave vaults, bays 13 to 17

          Bay 13 at left of image and bay 17 at right.

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        • Central nave vaults, bays 18 to 22

          Bay 18 at left of image and bay 22 at right.

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        • Nave vault, bay 22

          West wall of nave is at top of image.

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      • North aisle vaults, bays 20 to 15

        Taken from bay 20, looking east down north nave aisle.

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        • North aisle vaults, bays 13 to 15

          View taken from east to west. Bay 13 is at top of image and bay 15 at bottom.

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        • North aisle vaults, bays 19, 20

          Bay 20 is at top of image, bay 19 at bottom. North nave arcade arches are visible to the right.

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        • North aisle vaults, bays 20, 21

          Nave arcade arches are visible at bottom of image. Bay 20 is at left of image, bay 21 at right.

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        • North aisle vaults, bays 21, 22

          View from bay 21 (vault at top of image) towards westernmost bay 22.

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      • South aisle vaults, bays 16 and 15

        South aisle vaults, looking north towards north clerestory of nave (at bottom of image). Bay 16 is at left and bay 15 at right of image.

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    • Bay 13

      • South arcade, bay 13, view from north

        South arcade, bay 13, is visible in center of image. View is taken from north aisle, bay 14 (tomb in north arcade, bay 14, is in foreground).

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        • Triforium and clerestory, south arcade, bay 13

          View taken from north aisle, bay 14, looking south towards upper levels of bay 13.

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        • Triforium level, south arcade, bays 13 and 14

          Taken from nave.

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        • South aisle window, south wall

          East light of south aisle window, bay 13.

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      • South arcade, bay 13, view from south

        Piers and tomb in south arcade, general view to northwest from south aisle. North arcade of bay 15 is visible through south bay 13 arcade.

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        • Detail of crossing pier, bay 13

          Purbeck shafts and bases on west side of crossing pier, south arcade, bay 13.

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        • Step up to sleeper wall, bay 13

          Taken from south aisle. Step up is visible in front of pier at west side of bay 13.

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        • Tomb of William Longespee from south

          View taken from south aisle, showing south and west sides of tomb. Tomb dates to c.1226. Wooden base, Tournai marble effigy. Originally erected on stylobate in Trinity Chapel; moved to nave in 1789.

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          • Tomb of Longespee from south aisle

            View taken from south aisle, showing south and west sides of tomb.

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          • Tomb of Longespee from southwest

            View taken from south aisle by western pier in bay 13, showing south and west sides of tomb.

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            • Detail of head, south side

            • Detail of girdle, south side

            • Detail of gloved hand, south side

            • Detail of right foot, from south

            • Detail of feet from southeast

        • Tomb of William Longespee from north

          View taken from nave showing north and west sides of tomb.

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          • Detail of shield, north side

          • Base, north side

            • Detail of base

            • Detail of base

            • Detail of base, west end

          • Reconstruction of color scheme, Longespee tomb

            Created by Ann Ballantyne and placed next to tomb.

      • North arcade, bay 13, view from south

        View taken from south aisle through south arcade of bay 14. South side of north arcade, bay 13, is visible in center of image.

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        • Tomb of Sir John Cheney from south

          View taken from nave, showing southwest view of tomb. Cheney was the standard bearer of Henry of Richmond at the Battle of Bosworth, 1455. Tomb dates to 1509, and was formerly placed within the Beauchamp Chantry chapel. Effigy is of alabaster.

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          • Base of Cheney tomb, south side

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            • Angel supporting pillow and head

              Southwest corner of effigy

            • Detail of angel, south side

            • Head of Sir John Cheney

              West end of effigy.

            • Detail of girdle, south side

            • Feet, from southeast

            • Legs, view from east

        • Tomb of Sir John Cheney from north

          View taken from north aisle, showing north and east sides of tomb.

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          • Cheney tomb from north

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            • Cheney effigy from north

            • Feet resting on dog

              View taken from northeast.

            • Detail of sword, north side

            • Detail, upper torso, north side

            • Detail, Order of the Garter, north side

            • Detail, head resting on pillow with angels

              View taken from northwest.

            • Detail, head resting on pillow with angels

              View taken from northwest.

    • Bay 14

      • South arcade, bay 14, view from south

        View is taken from south aisle, looking through the south arcade of bay 14. North arcade of bay 16 is in the center background of image.

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        • Tomb of Bishop Walter de la Wyle, from south

          View taken from south aisle, showing southwest corner of tomb. Walter de la Wyle was Bishop of Salisbury from 1263 to his death in 1271. He founded St. Edmund's Church and College. Purbeck marble effigy.

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          • Wyle tomb, from south

            Effigy and base.

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            • Detail of base, south side

            • Wyle effigy from east end

        • Tomb of Bishop Walter de la Wyle, from north

          View taken from nave, looking towards south aisle wall.

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          • Wyle tomb, north side

            Effigy and base

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            • Detail of base, north side

              East segment

            • Wyle effigy from east end

            • Detail, beasts under Bishop's feet

              At east end of effigy, taken from north.

            • Detail, head of Bishop

              At west end of effigy, taken from north.

            • Angel censing

              Located on west end of effigy at Bishop's head.

        • Monument to Elihonor Sadler

          Located on south wall of south aisle, bay 14. Dated 1622, made of painted stone.

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      • North arcade, bay 14, view from north

        View taken from north aisle, looking through the north arcade of bay 14, with tomb in foreground. In center background is south arcade, bays 16 and 17.

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        • North arcade, bays 16, 15, and 14, view from south

          View taken from nave through north arcade towards north wall. Bay 15 is in center, bay 16 at left, and bay 14 at right of image.

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        • Tomb of Walter, 1st Lord Hungerford, and Catherine Peverell, from south

          Southeast corner of tomb, as seen from nave. Lord Hungerford died in 1449; tomb was reconstructed with fragments in 1779.

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          • Hungerford tomb, south face of base

            Viewed from nave.

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          • Hungerford tomb, east face of base

        • Tomb of Walter, first Lord Hungerford, and Catherine Peverell, from north

          View taken from north aisle, showing northwest corner of tomb.

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          • Hungerford tomb, north face of base

            Taken from north aisle.

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          • Hungerford tomb, west face of base

          • Hungerford tomb, top slab

            South slab, taken from east. Shows missing brass indent.

          • Hungerford tomb, top slab

            North slab, taken from east. Shows missing brass indent.

    • Bay 15

      • South arcade, bay 15, from south

        View taken from south aisle, looking through south arcade of bay 15, with tomb in foreground. The north arcade of bays 18, 17 and 16 are pictured between the piers in the background.

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        • South aisle vaults, bays 16 and 15

          View taken from south aisle; north nave clerestory is visible at bottom of image. Bay 15 is to the right of image and bay 16 at left.

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        • Base of shrine of St. Osmund, from south

          View taken from south aisle, showing southwest corner of base. Osmund was Bishop of Old Sarum from 1078 to 1099, and was canonized in 1457. Since this photo was taken, the base has been relocated on the south sleeper wall of the Trinity Chapel.

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          • Osmund shrine base, south side

            Note holes through which pilgrims could reach to get closer to the canonized remains.

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          • Osmund shrine base, southeast corner

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            • Detail, south side of shrine base

              Showing holes in base.

        • Base of shrine of St. Osmund, from north

          View taken from nave looking into south aisle, showing north and west sides of shrine base.

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          • Osmund shrine base, north side

            Detail view from nave

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          • Osmund shrine base, northeast corner

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          • Top slab of Osmund shrine base

            View taken from east end.

        • Sleeper wall with tomb base removed

          The tomb base was relocated c.2000 to the sleeper wall between the Trinity Chapel and chapel at the east end of the south aisle, its previous position before placement in the nave in 1789. For images of the base in its current location, look in the archive under TRINITY CHAPEL.

      • North arcade, bays 16, 15, and 14, from south

        View taken through south arcade, looking north to north arcade and into north aisle. Bay 16 is at left of image, bay 15 in center, and bay 14 at right.

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        • Triforium and clerestory, north arcade, bays 16 and 15

          Seen through south arcade (in foreground). Bay 16 is at left, bay 15 in center, bay 14 at right behind pier.

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        • Clerestory, north arcade, bays 16 and 15

          Bay 16 is at left, bay 15 at right of image. Arch at top of image in foreground is part of the south arcade.

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        • Brass, view from south

          Taken from nave looking towards north aisle wall. Brass is copied from one in the northeast transept.

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        • Brass, view from north

          Taken from north aisle, looking south into nave.

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    • Bay 16

      • South arcade, bay 16, view from north

        North side of south arcade, bay 16, visible in center of image. View is taken from north aisle, bay 14, through north arcade towards southwest.

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        • Triforium level, south arcade, bays 16 and 17

          Bay 16 is on left. View taken through north arcade from bay 14.

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        • Tomb of Robert, Lord Hungerford, from south

          South side of tomb, seen from south aisle. Hungerford died in 1459. Tomb was previously placed in the Hungerford Chantry chapel, but was moved to the nave in 1789. Tomb chest is reconstructed from fragments; effigy is alabaster.

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          • Hungerford Tomb, from southwest

            Effigy and base.

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            • Hungerford Tomb, from southwest

              Effigy and base.

            • Detail, girdle, south side.

              • Detail of girdle, south side

            • Dog supporting feet, south side

              • Detail of dog, south side

            • Dog from west end

            • Hungerford effigy from southwest

            • Legs from west end

        • Tomb of Robert, Lord Hungerford from north

          View taken from nave

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          • Hungerford tomb, from north

            View of effigy and base

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            • Detail of mid-torso from north

            • Detail of upper torso from north

            • Detail of head

            • Head and upper torso from northwest

            • West end of effigy; head, pillows and angels

              • Detail, pillows and angels from west

      • North arcade, bay 16, from south

        Bay 16 is in center of image. View is taken from south aisle, through south arcade, bay 14.

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        • Triforium level, bays 18, 17 and 16

          Bay 17 is in center, bay 16 partially hidden by pier at right of image.

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        • Tomb of Sir John de Montacute, south side

          View taken from nave, showing southwest corner of tomb.Montacute (d. 1390) was the second son of the Earl of Salisbury. Tomb chest and effigy are of carved sandstone; effigy was originally painted and gilded.

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          • Montacute Tomb, from south

            Effigy and base.

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            • Head from south

            • Lion at feet from south

        • Tomb of Sir John de Montacute, from north

          View from north aisle.

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          • Tomb of Sir John de Montacute, from north

            View from north aisle

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            • Lion and base, east end

            • Mid-torso from north

            • Detail of base, north side

            • Head and base, west end

              • Detail of head from northwest

    • Bay 17

      • South arcade, bay 17, view from north

        View taken from north aisle, looking through north arcade of bay 15 towards southwest. North side of south arcade, bay 17, is in center of image.

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        • Triforium level, bays 17 and 18

          Bay 17 is to the left of the image.

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        • Tomb of Bishop Richard Beauchamp, south side

          View taken from south aisle, showing southwest view. Beauchamp was Bishop at Salisbury from 1450 until his death in 1481. A purbeck altar table serves as the top of tomb, and the tomb chest seen here was reconstructed in 1789 when his original tomb in the Beauchamp chantry chapel was destroyed.

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          • Tomb of Richard Beauchamp from south

            Tomb base.

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        • Tomb of Bishop Richard Beauchamp, north side

          View taken from nave. Model of cathedral in background.

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          • Tomb of Beauchamp from northeast

            Northeast corner of base.

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            • Detail, panel of tomb base

              North side.

      • North arcade, bay 17, view from south

        South side of north arcade, bay 17, is in center of image. View is taken from south aisle, through arcade at bay 15, towards northwest. North porch entrance is seen on north wall, behind arcade of bay 17.

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        • Triforium level, bays 18, 17 and 16.

          Bay 17 is in center, bay 18 at left and bay 16 at right of image.

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        • Unidentified burial, from south

          View taken from nave, showing southwest corner of tomb.

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        • Unidentified burial, from north

          View taken from north aisle, showing northwest corner.

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          • Unidentified tomb base, north side

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            • Shield in north side of base

              At left side

            • Shield in north side of base

              At right side

          • Top slab, unidentified tomb

            North side of top slab

          • East end of unidentified tomb

            Showing base and top slab

          • Top slab, unidentified tomb

            East end of slab

          • West end of unidentified tomb

            Showing base and top slab

            • Detail, west end of base

    • Bay 18

      • South arcade, bay 18, view from north

        Arcade, triforium, and clerestory of bays 18 and 19 are visible through the north arcade of bay 16. Montacute tomb is in the foreground.

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        • Triforium and clerestory, bays 18 and 19

          View taken from north aisle looking through north arcade. Bay 18 is at left of image.

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        • South arcade, bay 18

          The north porch opens into bay 18, so the sleeper wall between the arcade piers is interrupted to facilitate access to the nave. This view is taken towards bays 18, 19 and 20 of the south aisle from the north aisle of bay 18.

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        • South arcade, bay 18

          Taken from the nave looking directly south into the south aisle of bay 18. Information desk is located here (across from the north porch entrance).

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      • North arcade, bay 18

        View is taken from the south aisle, looking through the south arcade towards the north arcade. Bay 18 is framed in the center of the image. The Hungerford tomb, bay 16, is in the foreground.

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        • Bay 18

          Image taken from the south aisle of bay 18 to the northeast, showing north arcade bays 17 and 16 in the distance. North arcade bay 18 would be at left of image. Note lack of sleeper wall between the arcade piers in this bay, to allow passage for visitors using the north porch entrance in bay 18.

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        • North porch entrance, bay 18

          Taken from nave looking into the north aisle. The entry leads to the north porch.

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    • Bay 19

      • South arcade, bay 19

        View through north arcade of bay 17 towards south arcade, showing arcade, triforium, and clerestory of bay 19 at left and bay 20 at right.

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        • South triforium, bays 19 and 20

          View taken from north arcade towards south arcade.

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        • South arcade, unidentified tomb, from south

          View taken from south aisle towards northeast.

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        • South arcade, unidentified tomb, from north

          Northwest corner of tomb. Image taken from nave. Information desk in bay 18 visible at left.

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      • North arcade, bay 19

        View taken from south aisle, looking through arcade piers of bay 17, towards bay 19 of the north arcade (centered).

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        • North arcade, bays 22 to 18

          View taken from nave into north aisle. Bay 22 is at left, bay 18 at right.

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        • William Geoffrey tomb, from south

          View taken from nave, showing southwest corner of tomb. Entry to north porch is in background. William Geoffrey was Chancellor from 1554-1558.

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          • Geoffrey tomb, from south

            South side of tomb.

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            • Detail, Geoffrey tomb

              South side.

        • William Geoffrey tomb, from north

          View taken from north aisle, showing northwest corner.

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          • Geoffrey tomb, from north

            North side of tomb.

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            • Detail, Geoffrey tomb

              North side.

    • Bay 20

      • South arcade, bays 20, 21

        View is taken through the north arcade, bay 18, looking towards south arcade. Bay 20 is at left and bay 21 at right.

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        • Triforium level, bays 20, 21

          Taken through north arcade, looking towards south.

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        • South aisle, bay 20

          View taken from nave. Just beyond the chairs resting on the sleeper walls are two effigies.

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          • South aisle, bays 19, 20, 21

            View taken from nave looking directly south. Bay 19 is at left, bay 20 in center, bay 21 at right. Note entry in bay 22 at far right to cloisters.

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        • Effigies, Bishop Roger and St. Osmund

          View taken from south aisle, looking north. Effigy slabs rest almost directly on sleeper wall. Effigy at left is attributed to Bishop Roger (d. 1139); right is attributed to St. Osmund (Bishop 1078-99). Since this picture was taken, Osmund's effigy has been moved to the center of the Trinity Chapel.

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          • Effigy, attributed to Bishop Roger

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            • Detail, effigy, Bishop Roger

              West end of effigy. Head and mitre have been restored.

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            • Detail, effigy, Bishop Roger

              East end of effigy.

          • Effigy, attributed to Saint Osmund

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            • Detail, effigy, St. Osmund

              West end of effigy.

            • Detail, effigy, St. Osmund

              East end of effigy.

        • Glass, south aisle, bay 20

          Left panel contains Tree of Jesse panels; right panel is composed of glass reused from the chapter house.

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          • Left lancet, lowest panel

          • Right lancet, lowest panel

          • Right lancet, Adoration of the Magi

            From Tree of Jesse panels.

          • Right lancet, two bishops and angels

          • Right lancet, bishop and king in rondel

      • North arcade, bay 20

        View taken from south aisle, with cathedral model in foreground. Bay 20 is centered through the arcade.

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        • North aisle, bay 20

          View taken from nave, looking northeast. Effigies on sleeper wall are visible.

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          • Medieval clock, north aisle, bay 20

            Located against north wall of bay. Dates possibly to the late 14th century. Formerly located in the separate belfry (destroyed c. 1790).

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        • Effigies, Bishop Corner and William Longespee

          Effigy at right of image is possibly a small commemorative effigy attributed to Bishop William de la Corner. Effigy to the left is attributed to William Longespee, the younger, d. 1250. Image is taken from the north aisle looking southeast.

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          • Bishop Corner effigy, south side

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            • Detail, Corner effigy

              South side.

          • Bishop Corner effigy, north side

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            • Detail, Corner effigy

              Taken from north.

            • Detail, Corner effigy

              Taken from north.

            • Detail, Corner effigy

              Taken from north.

            • Detail, Corner effigy, crosier

              North side.

          • Effigy, William Longespee

            Effigy is of purbeck marble.

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            • Effigy, William Longespee

            • Detail, Longespee effigy

              West end of effigy, taken from south.

            • Detail, Longespee effigy

              Torso of effigy, taken from south.

            • Detail, Longespee effigy

              East end of effigy, seen from south.

    • Bay 21

      • South arcade, bay 21

        Taken from the north aisle of bay 21, looking southwest. Bays 21 and 22 of south arcade are visible beyond the platform (erected for concerts during the Salisbury Festival). The sleeper walls between the arcade piers are interrupted in bay 21 for passage across the nave.

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        • South arcade, bay 21

          View taken from nave looking into the south aisle between the south arcade piers. Doorway at right is the entrance to the cloister, in bay 22.

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        • View from south arcade, bay 21

          Image is taken from the south aisle of bay 21, looking northeast. North porch entry is visible at right.

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      • North arcade, bays 19, 20, 21

        The north arcade, triforium and clerestory are seen through bay 18 of the south arcade. Bay 22 and the west wall are barely visible at left of image.

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        • North arcade, bays 20, 21, 22

          View is taken from south aisle looking northwest from bay 19. Bay 22 is at left of image, bay 21 in center, bay 20 at right.

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        • North aisle, bay 21

          View from nave towards north wall, between piers of bay 21. Curtains are dividing bay 21 and bay 22.

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    • Bay 22

      • South arcade, bays 20 to 22

        Viewed through north arcade (entry from north porch into bay 18 is at right). Bay 22 is centered in image, with bay 20 at far left.

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        • South arcade, bays 20 to 22

          Viewed from nave, looking southwest. Bay 20 is at left, bay 22 (westernmost bay) at right.

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          • South arcade, bays 20 to 22

            Bay 22 is westernmost bay; bay 20 is at left of image.

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          • Triforium and clerestory, bay 22

            Viewed through north arcade, looking southwest. Note passage through buttress at clerestory level.

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        • Bay 22, south aisle

          View from nave, showing west and south walls. Note entry in west wall.

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          • Bay 22, south aisle

            View from nave, bay 21, looking southwest. Entry to west walk of the cloister is behind pillar.

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          • South aisle wall, bay 22

            Taken from nave, looking directly south into bay 22. Doorway opens into the west walk of the cloister.

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          • South aisle, bay 22

            View taken from nave looking directly south into bay 22. Entrance to cloister is directly facing viewer. Entry into south porch of the west front is at right of image. Unidentified Purbeck coffin on sleeper wall in foreground.

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          • South aisle, bay 22

            View north into westernmost bay of nave taken from south aisle bay 22. South side of unidentified Purbeck coffin is visible on sleeper wall between piers.

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            • Unidentified coffin, south aisle, bay 22

          • West wall, south aisle, bay 22

            View to west wall of south aisle. Exit to south porch of the west front is at bottom of image.

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            • Window, west wall, south aisle

              Stairs in wall lead out of singing gallery.

            • Window, west wall, south aisle

              Lancets and quatrefoil located above south portal of west front. Grisaille in the lancets dates c. 1225-58. Angels at tops of lancets were formerly in the chapter house. A 16th century armorial of Bishop Jewel is in the quatrefoil.

              • Detail, quatrefoil, west window

                16th century armorial of Bishop Jewel. Angels in lancets were moved from the chapter house.

              • Left lancet, west window

                Image taken with flash.

      • West wall of nave, bay 22

        Taken from nave, looking directly west.

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        • West central doors and triforium, bay 22

          Doors open to central porch of the west front.

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          • Central doors, bay 22

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            • Consecration cross and sculptured boss

              Located above central doors, bay 22.

              • Consecration cross

                Located above central doors, bay 22.

            • Colonnette, molding, and boss, central door

              Located to the left of the central door.

              • Detail, sculptured boss

                Located to left of central door. Note traces of paint.

            • Colonnette, molding, and boss, central door

              Located to the right of central door.

              • Detail, sculptured boss

                Located to right of central door. Note traces of paint.

          • Triforium, west wall

            Located above central doors in west wall of nave. Note depth of triforium passage.

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            • Triforium, west wall

              Northern section of triforium, above central doors.

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            • Detail, triforium passage

              Looking through triforium arcade into passage. Note blocked quatrefoils in outer wall.

            • Detail, triforium passage

              Looking through triforium arcade into passage. Note blocked quatrefoils in outer wall.

            • Detail, triforium arcade

              Molding at top of triforium arcade.

        • Windows, west wall of nave

          Heraldic shields at bottom of lancets contain medieval glass originally located in the chapter house.

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          • Lancets, west wall of nave

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            • Heraldic shield, left lancet

              Located at bottom left of left lancet. Arms of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester (1262-1295).

            • Heraldic shield, left lancet

              Located at bottom right of left lancet. Made up arms.

            • Heraldic shield, center lancet

              Located at bottom left of center lancet. Arms of Eleanor of Provence, wife of Henry III (d. 1290).

            • Heraldic shield, center lancet

              Located at bottom center of center lancet. Arms of Louis IX of France, brother-in-law of Henry III (1226-1270).

            • Heraldic shield, center lancet

              Located at bottom right of center lancet. Arms of Henry III.

            • Heraldic shield, right lancet

              Located at bottom left of right lancet. Arms of Richard, Earl of Cornwall, brother of Henry III (1225-1272).

            • Heraldic shield, right lancet

              Located at bottom right of right lancet. Arms of Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk and Earl Marshall (1225-1270).

        • Nave vault, bay 22

          West wall is visible at top of image.

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      • North arcade, bay 22

        Viewed through south arcade, bay 20, looking northwest.

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        • North arcade, bay 22

          Seen from nave, bay 19

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          • North arcade, upper levels

            Seen from nave, looking northwest.

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        • North aisle, bay 22.

          View north from nave. Unidentified grave slab on sleeper wall between nave and aisle. North wall hidden behind curtain.

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          • Unidentified grave slab,north aisle, bay 22.

            Located on sleeper wall between nave and aisle.

          • North aisle, bay 22

            View to west from north aisle, bay 21. Curtains are blocking west wall of north aisle.

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          • West wall, north aisle, bay 22

            West wall lancets visible above curtain. Entry to north portal of the west front is behind curtain. View taken from north aisle, bay 21.

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            • Window, west wall, north aisle

              Showing right lancet and stair in wall leading out of singing gallery. Image taken with flash.

            • Window, west wall, north aisle

              Lancets are painted grisaille, c. 1225-1258. Medallions at top of lancets are from chapter house. Arms of Thomas Ap Rice in quatrefoil, dated 1569.

              • Detail, lancets and quatrefoil

              • North lancet

                Taken with flash.