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  • Choir

    • North Choir Aisle

      • North choir aisle, to west

        View taken from bay 5, looking down north aisle towards the west end.

        • North choir aisle, to west

          Taken from bay 5, looking to west end.

        • North choir aisle, to west

          View taken from bay 6, north choir aisle, looking towards west front.

        • North wall, bay 5

          Bays 4, 5, and 6, looking towards west (bay 4 at right of image).

          • North wall, bay 5

            North wall of bay 5 at right, bay 6 in the center of image.

          • North wall, bay 5

            Masonry shows evidence of fastenings for temporary wall.

          • Masonry, bay 5 wall

        • Lancets, bay 5

          Two lancets at aisle level commemorating the fifth Earl of Radnor and the Radnor family, c. 1900.

        • South wall, bay 5

          View seen from bay 5, looking southwest. Bingham tomb in bay 5 is at left, Audley Chapel in bay 6 at right.

          • South wall, bay 5

            View seen from bay 5, looking southwest. Bingham tomb in bay 5 is at left, Audley Chapel in bay 6 at right.

          • Bingham tomb, north side

            Tomb attributed to Bishop Robert Bingham, d. 1246. The 13th-century effigy and tomb was moved to the nave during renovations in 1789. In the 1860s, the tomb was replaced near the altar, and surrounded by a 19th century canopy of George Gilbert Scott's design.

            • Bingham tomb, north side

            • Bingham tomb, north side

          • Bingham tomb, south side

            View taken from inside the presbytery, bay 6. Altar is at right of image.

            • Bingham tomb, south side

              View taken with flash.

          • Bingham effigy

            Purbeck marble effigy of Bishop Robert Bingham.

            • Detail, Bingham effigy

            • Detail, Bingham effigy

            • Detail, Bingham effigy

            • Detail, Bingham effigy

        • Vault, bay 5

          Lancets of north window are to left.

          • Vault, bay 5

            Taken in natural light.

            • Vault, bay 5

              Taken with flash.

            • Vault detail

              Taken in natural light.

            • Vault detail

              Taken with flash.

          • Vault, to south

            View taken towards the south. The presbytery is visible through the arcade. Taken in natural light.

            • Vault to south

              View of arcade and vault, taken to the south, with flash.

          • Vault to east

            View taken from bay 5, with vault of bay 4 also visible. Taken in natural light.

            • Vault to east

              View taken towards bay 4 in the east, with flash.

          • Arch, bays 5 and 6

            Arch between bays 5 and 6, formed by the joining of the two vaults. Taken in natural light.

            • Arch, bays 5 and 6

              View taken with flash.

          • Vault to north

            Lancets of north wall are visible. Taken in natural light.

            • Vault to north

              Taken with flash.

          • Vault to west

            View taken from bay 5, towards bay 6 in the west. Arcade and presbytery are on left, windows of north wall on right. Taken in natural light.

            • Vault to west

              Taken with flash.

        • Lancets, bay 6

          Window contains 13th-century grisaille glass, including some removed from the chapter house.

          • Bay 6, west lancet

          • Bay 6, east lancet

          • Audley Chapel, north side

            Chantry chapel established by Bishop Audley, d. 1524. The bishop was buried beneath the chapel floor. North side, taken from bay 5 of the north choir aisle.

            • Audley chapel, north side

              North side, taken from bay 7 of the north aisle. The steps and doorway into the chapel are visible in this view.

            • Parapet detail, Audley chapel

              North side of the monument. Note the heraldic shields on the parapet.

            • Parapet detail, Audley chapel

            • Chapel entrance, north aisle

              Steps and entrance into the west end of the chapel, from the north aisle.

            • Entrance, Audley chapel

              View into the Audley chapel taken through the north aisle entrance.

            • Column bases, chapel entrance

              Paving and purbeck marble bases of columns inside the Audley chapel.

          • Interior, Audley chapel

            Seen from the north choir aisle entrance, looking towards east end of chapel. Altar is placed at the east end. Through openings at the right is the presbytery.

            • Interior, Audley chapel

              The south wall of the chantry chapel, taken from inside. The south wall opens onto the presbytery.

            • Interior vault, Audley chapel

              Much of the medieval pigment still remains on the interior vault of the chapel.

            • West boss, Audley vault

            • East boss, Audley vault

            • Vault and east end of chapel

            • Entrance to presbytery

              Door leading into the presbytery of the cathedral. View taken from inside the Audley chapel.

          • Audley chapel, south side

            View taken from the presbytery, bay 7.

            • Audley chapel, south side

              View taken with flash.

            • Audley chapel, south side

              Taken from the presbytery, bay 6, directly to north. Image taken with flash.

            • Chapel entrance, from presbytery

            • Detail, south wall

              View taken from the presbytery of the south wall of the chapel. Altar is seen through the opening.

            • Parapet detail

              Eastern portion of the chapel, taken from presbytery.

            • Parapet detail

              Western portion of the chapel parapet, seen from the presbytery.

        • Vault, bay 6

          Taken with flash. Lancets in north wall are visible at left of image.

          • Vault, bay 6

          • Vault, detail

            Taken in natural light.

          • Vault, detail

            Taken with flash.

        • North wall, bay 7

          Stone screen on the north side of the choir aisle at bay 7. Beyond the screen is the south chapel of the northeast transept.

          • Mortival tomb, north side

            View taken from the west triforium of the northeast transept, looking down into the north aisle towards the Mortival tomb.

            • Mortival tomb, north side

              View taken from the northeast transept, bay 8. The presbytery is beyond the tomb. 14th-century tomb and canopy is attributed to Bishop Roger de Mortival, d. 1330.

            • Mortival tomb, north side

              View taken from bay 5, looking southwest towards monument.

            • Mortival tomb, north side

            • Tomb base and plinth

              • Plinth detail

                East end of the plinth, and purbeck colonnette bases of pier between bays 7 and 6.

              • Plinth detail

                West end of plinth, north side, and purbeck colonette bases of pier to the west.

            • Decorative angels, west end

              • Detail, angels, west end

              • Finial, top of tomb

          • Mortival tomb, south side

            Seen from the presbytery, bay 7. The vaults of the eastern chapels in the northeastern transept can be seen behind the tomb.

            • Mortival tomb, south side

            • Mortival tomb, from southwest

            • Mortival tomb, east end

              Join with pier and with Audley chapel to the east (right side of image).

              • Detail, east end

              • Detail, east end

            • Plinth, south side

            • Mortival tomb, west end

              Join with pier and bay 8 to the left of image.

              • Detail, west end

        • Vault, bay 7

          • Vault detail

            Seen in natural light.

          • Vault detail

            View taken with flash.

        • North wall, bays 8-5

          Wooden screen of bay 8 is at left, and eastern bays stretch to the right. Wooden screen leads into the northeast transept.

          • North wall, bay 8

            Wooden screen that comprises the north wall of bay 8. It divides the north choir aisle from the northeast transept, visible beyond.

          • North wall, bay 8

            Wooden screen, seen looking northeast into the eastern chapels of the northeast transept.

          • North wall, bay 8

            Wooden screen, looking to northwest. West wall of northeast transept visible beyond.

          • North wall, bays 8-11

            Wooden screen of bay 8 is at the right of image, and the view stretches down the north aisle towards the west. The bright light at left is the main transept.

        • South wall, bays 8-5

          Stone screen of bay 8, with entrance into the choir and presbytery, is at right of image. View extends down the north aisle towards the east end.

          • South wall, bays 8-11

            Stone screen of bay 8 is at left, and view extends down the north aisle towards the west.

          • South wall, bay 8

            Entrance to the choir and presbytery is at left, and the tomb of Thomas Bennett, Precentor, d. 1558, is at right.

          • South wall, bay 8

          • South wall, bay 8

            Showing entrance to choir and tomb of Thomas Bennett.

        • Tomb, Thomas Bennett

          In niche of south wall, bay 8.

          • Tomb, Thomas Bennett

            • Effigy, Thomas Bennett

            • Detail, Bennett tomb

              Crucifixion carved into the curve of the niche, seen over the effigy.

        • North wall, bay 9

          Bay 9 at right, bay 10 recedes towards the west.

        • Vault, bay 9

          Bay 9 in the center, with bay 8 at top and bay 10 at bottom. North wall is at right of image.

          • Vault, bay 9

            Lancets of north wall are visible at bottom of image.

          • Vault, bay 9

            Taken in natural light.

            • Vault detail

              Seen in natural light. Note traces of medieval polychromy and pattern near center of vault.

            • Vault detail

              Pattern at the center of the vault, seen with artificial light.

            • Vault detail

            • Vault detail

              Taken in natural light.

            • Vault detail

              View taken with flash.

          • Juncture, vault and north wall

        • Tomb of George Sydenham

          Cadaver effigy located on the plinth next to the wooden choir screen, south side of bay 10, north aisle. Sydenham was Archdeacon of Sarum, 1503-1524.

          • Detail, Sydenham effigy

          • Detail, Sydenham effigy

          • Detail, Sydenham effigy

        • Vault, bay 10

          Lancets of the north wall are at top of image, and the wooden choir screen and organ pipes are at the bottom.

          • Juncture, vault and north wall

        • North wall, bays 11-3

          The north wall of bay 11 is at the left; the view stretches towards the east end of the north aisle at bay 3, where the eastern windows are visible.

          • North wall, bay 11

            The niche holds the tomb of Bishop Woodville. Beyond the wall and tomb are the eastern chapels of the north transept.

        • Tomb, Bishop Woodville

          South side of tomb chest ascribed to Bishop Woodville, d. 1484, in canopied niche of north wall, bay 11.

          • Tomb, Bishop Woodville

            South side of tomb chest. Within the quatrefoils are fittings for heraldic shields.

          • Detail, Woodville tomb

            Southeast corner, Woodville tomb

          • Detail, Woodville tomb

            Southwest corner, Woodville tomb.

          • Detail, Woodville tomb

            Central quatrefoil, south side.

        • South wall and entrance to north aisle

          View taken from bay 12, just at entrance to north choir aisle. Bays 11 and 10 of the south wall of the north choir aisle are visible. (The wooden structures between the piers enclose the choir stalls.)

          • South wall, bays 11-3

            The north wall of bay 11 is at the right; the view stretches towards the east end of the north aisle at bay 3, where the eastern windows are visible.

        • Vault, bay 11

          North wall is at the left.

    • South Choir Aisle

      • South choir aisle, to west

        View taken from bay 5, looking down south choir aisle towards the cathedral's west end.

        • South choir aisle, to west

          View taken from bay 5, south choir aisle, looking towards west front.

        • South choir aisle, to west

          View taken from bay 4, south choir aisle, looking towards west front.

        • South choir aisle, to east

          View taken from bay 11, looking down south choir aisle towards the cathedral's east end.

        • South choir aisle, to east

          View taken from bay 11, looking down south choir aisle towards the cathedral's east end.

        • Vaults, south aisle, bays 4,5,6,7

          View taken to west with bay 4 at top of image.

        • North wall, bay 5

          Tomb at north side of the south aisle, bay 5, at right of image. Bay 6 and beyond extend to the left (west).

          • Hamilton tomb, south side

            Tomb of Bishop Hamilton, d. 1869, designed by George Gilbert Scott. Seen here in natural light.

            • Hamilton tomb, south side

              Picture taken with flash.

            • Hamilton tomb, south side

              View slightly from the southwest, taken in natural light.

            • Hamilton tomb, south side

          • Hamilton tomb, north side

            View taken from inside the presbytery, looking to the southeast towards Hamilton tomb. The steps lead up to the high altar, also in bay 5.

        • South wall, bay 5

          Bay 5 (first full bay, from left) and beyond, looking towards the west end.

          • South wall, bay 5

            Bay 4 (at left), bay 5 (center), bay 6 (right) of south wall, south choir aisle.

          • South wall, masonry

            Shows disturbed masonry in bay 5, between the memorial tablets.

          • South wall, masonry

        • Vault, bay 5

          Window of south wall is to the right. View taken in natural light.

          • Vault, bay 5

            View taken with flash to show up medieval polychromy.

          • Vault detail

            Center of vault, taken with flash.

        • South wall, bay 6

          • Hungerford Chapel, south side

            View taken from south aisle.

            • Hungerford Chapel, south side

          • Hungerford Chapel, north side

            Taken from inside the presbytery.

          • Hungerford Chapel, ceiling

            Detail of interior ceiling, Hungerford Chapel.

        • Lancets, bay 6

          Seen from bay 4, looking southwest over the east presbytery enclosure.

        • Vault, bay 6

          • Vault detail

            Center of vault, taken with flash.

        • South wall, bay 7

          From right to left are bay 8 (entrance to east transept through screen), bay 7, bay 6, bay 5, and the east end of south choir aisle. The tomb of Bishop Giles de Bridport is on the south side of bay 7, forming a division between the south choir aisle and the eastern chapels of the southeast transept.

          • Bridport tomb, north side

            View taken from south aisle, looking at north side of tomb of Bishop Giles de Bridport, d. 1262, located on plinth between south choir aisle and east chapels of southeast transept. Seen here in natural light.

            • Bridport tomb, north side

              Seen from south aisle, in natural light, showing artificially illuminated interior.

            • Bridport tomb, north side

              East end of Bridport tomb, taken from south aisle, bay 6, looking southwest. Effigy under canopy is visible from this viewpoint.

            • Bridport tomb, north side

              West end of Bridport tomb seen from south aisle, bay 8, looking southeast.

            • Bridport tomb, north side

              View from south aisle, looking at north side. Taken with flash.

            • Tracery, exterior

              Purbeck marble tracery within stone canopy, east bay. Taken with flash.

            • Tracery, exterior

              Purbeck marble tracery within stone canopy, west bay. Taken with flash.

            • Tracery, interior

              Tracery on south, or chapel side, is Chilmark stone. East bay seen here from inside canopy.

            • Tracery, interior

              Tracery on south, or chapel side, is Chilmark stone. West bay seen here from inside canopy.

            • Interior vault

              Interior vault and boss, east bay.

            • Interior vault

              Interior vault and boss, west bay.

            • Bridport effigy

              West half of effigy, from above.

              • Bridport effigy

                View of effigy head from above, west end.

              • Bridport effigy

                West end of effigy, from side.

              • Bridport effigy

                Detail of crosier and angel bearing an incense boat.

            • Wall adjacent to Bridport tomb

              Seen from south aisle, looking southeast. Bridport tomb is to the right of image.

          • Ghent tomb, south side

            Tomb of Bishop Simon de Ghent, d. 1315, on north side of south choir aisle, bay 7. View is of south side of tomb, taken from the choir aisle.

            • Ghent tomb, south side

            • Ghent tomb, south side

              Seen from bay 8 of south choir aisle.

            • Ghent tomb, south side

            • Ghent tomb canopy

              • Ghent tomb canopy

                Sculptural details at east end of canopy.

              • Ghent tomb canopy

                Sculptural details, east end of canopy.

              • Ghent tomb canopy

                Sculptural details, east end of canopy.

              • Ghent tomb canopy

                Sculptural details, west end of canopy.

              • Ghent tomb canopy

                Sculptural details at west end.

            • Ghent tomb plinth

              Tomb base and plinth.

            • Ghent tomb, east end

              Juncture of tomb and pier at east end of tomb.

            • Ghent tomb, west end

              Juncture of tomb and pier, west end.

        • Vault, bay 7

          Entrance archway to the southeast transept is at bottom of image (west).

        • North wall, bay 8

          The north wall of the south choir aisle at bay 8 serves as the entrance to the choir, at the crossing of the east transept. Bay 8 is at the left, bays 7 and 6 recede to the east.

        • North wall, bay 8

          Bay 8 is at right of image; in this view the figures flanking the west side of the entrance to the choir are visible. Bays 9 and 10 recede to the west.

        • North wall, bay 8

          Screen and entrance to choir at crossing of eastern transept.

          • Screen east of door

            Female saint located to the east of the door into the choir.

            • Niche, female saint

              Detail of underside of niche above female saint.

            • Masonry details

              Masonry to east of female saint.

            • Bases to east

              Bases located east of female saint.

          • Screen west of door

            Showing figures on the screen to the west of the entrance to the choir.

            • Bishop

            • Masonry details

              Located to west of bishop figure.

            • Franciscan (?)

            • Masonry details

              Located to west of Franciscan figure.

            • Bases to west

              Bases located at west end of screen.

        • South wall, bay 8

          The south wall of bay 8 is a wooden screen at the entrance to the southeast transept (at left); bays 9 and 10 recede to the west.

          • South wall, bay 8

            View looking southeast towards screen leading into southeast transept, at south side of bay 8.

        • South wall, bay 9

        • Vault, bay 9

          Arch leading to southeast transept at left.

        • South wall, bay 10

          View taken from bay 11, looking southeast. South wall of bay 10 is in center of image.

          • South wall, bay 10

            South wall of bay 10 is dominated by the Mompesson monument.

        • Mompesson monument

          Seen from bay 11, looking southeast. Monument contains effigies of Sir Richard Mompesson, d. 1627, and wife Katherine. Monument was formerly on the north side of the aisle. View taken with flash.

          • Mompesson effigies

        • Lancets, bay 10

          East lancet of the south aisle window, bay 10. Glass designed by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones and executed by Morris and Co.

          • Lancets, bay 10

            West lancet of the south aisle window, bay 10. Glass designed by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones and executed by Morris and Co.

        • Vault, bay 10

          South wall is at bottom of image; the organ comprises the north wall.

        • North wall, bays 11 and 10

          Bay 11 at left, bay 10 at right, with organ. Wooden screen at bay 11 encloses the choir stalls. View taken from south transept, looking northeast.

          • North wall, bays 11, 10

            Wooden screen in bay 11 (left) behind choir stalls and in bay 10 (right) around the organ.

          • Bases at entrance to south aisle

            Column bases on north side of south aisle.

        • South wall, bays 11,10

          Looking towards east end, with bay 11 in foreground, bay 10 and on stretching towards east end of south aisle.

        • Tomb, Bishop Medford

          Canopied table tomb of Bishop Medford, d. 1407, located on plinth between south choir aisle and east chapels of the south transept. Seen here from south choir aisle, looking south towards south transept chapels.

          • Detail, Medford tomb

            Heraldic shield painted on west end of tomb canopy.

          • Effigy, Bishop Medford

            Seen from underneath the canopy.

        • Vault, bay 11

          South wall is at left.

    • Choir and Presbytery

        • Choir and presbytery, to east

          View taken towards east, from bay 11 (the westernmost part of the choir).

        • Choir and presbytery, to east

          View towards east end of presbytery, taken from bay 11 (westernmost bay of the choir).

        • North and east walls

          View taken towards northeast from the southwest corner of choir.

        • South and east walls

          View of choir and presbytery taken from northwest corner of choir.

        • Bay 4, view towards presbytery

          Taken from bay 4 towards the west, looking at the eastern edge of the presbytery. Needlepoint altar frontal is in foreground.

          • East boundary of presbytery

            View taken from bay 4, in the ambulatory, looking west into the presbytery.

        • Choir view to west

          View taken from presbytery, looking through the choir into the nave. Note the elaborate vaulting of the crossing.

        • Choir, view to west

          Taken from bay 8, the eastern crossing, and looking towards the west. Choir stalls are in bays 9,10 and 11.

        • East wall, bay 5

          Terminal east wall of the presbytery. The Trinity Chapel extends further to the east beyond the piers that define the eastern edge of the presbytery.

          • Triforium, east wall

          • Clerestory, east wall

          • Apex, east wall

            The junction of the east wall and the vault of bay 5. The eastern clerestory window is shown just below the junction.

        • North and east walls

          Arcade, gallery, and clerestory levels at the juncture of the east and north walls of the presbytery, bay 5.

        • North presbytery bays, 5,6,7

          Taken with perspective-correcting lens, from south wall of presbytery. Altar is at right.

          • North presbytery bays, 5,6,7

          • North wall, bay 5

            Clerestory, gallery, and upper portion of main arcade of the north wall, bay 5. View taken from the south aisle, over the top of the tomb of Bishop Hamilton.

            • North wall, bay 5

              Clerestory, gallery, and upper portion of main arcade of the north wall, bay 5. View taken from the south aisle, over the top of the tomb of Bishop Hamilton.

            • North wall, arcade and triforium

              North wall of bay 5 and part of bay 6, taken from south.

            • Arcade detail

              Spandrel and mouldings of the arcade, north wall, bay 5. Some polychromy is still visible on the mouldings. Note join with eastern wall to right of image.

            • Arcade detail

              Mouldings and spandrel of arcade, bays 5 (right) and 6 (left). Faint traces of medieval decoration are visible in the spandrels.

            • Triforium

              Bay 4, triforium level. Timbers of sloped roof over north aisle are visible through the triforium openings. Juncture of east wall is at right of image.

            • Apex, north wall

              Juncture of the vault and the clerestory window in north wall, bay 5. Polychromy is 19th-century.

          • North wall, bays 6 and 7

            Upper portion of arcade, triforium, and clerestory are seen from the south aisle, bay 5.

            • North wall, bays 6 and 7

              Upper portion of arcade, triforium, and clerestory are seen from the south aisle, bay 5.

            • North wall, bays 6 and 7

              Upper portion of arcade, triforium, and clerestory are seen from the south aisle, bay 5. Taken with natural light.

            • North wall, bays 6 and 7

              Upper portion of arcade, triforium, and clerestory are seen from the south aisle, bay 5. Taken with flash.

            • North wall, bays 6 and 7

              Upper portion of arcade, triforium, and clerestory are seen from the south aisle, bay 5. Taken with natural light.

            • North wall, bays 6 and 7

              Bay 7 at left; bay 6 at right. Taken from south aisle, bay 7.

            • Arcade and triforium

              Bay 6 at right, bay 7 to left. View taken from bay 5, south aisle. Through the arches of the arcade, the vaults of the north choir aisle are visible. The wooden structure supporting the aisle roof is visible through the triforium arcade.

            • Arcade spandrels

              Spandrels and moulding of arcade between bays 6 and 7.

            • Arcade spandrel

              Bay 7, west spandrel.

            • Triforium, bay 6

            • Triforium, bay 7

            • Winch, bay 7

              Winch formerly used to raise and lower a lenten veil.

            • Winch, bay 7

              Winch formerly used to raise and lower a lenten veil.

          • North wall, bays 7 and 8

            Bay 8, or the eastern crossing, is at left of image, and bay 7 is to the right. Seen from south aisle, over tomb on south side of choir, bay 7.

        • South and east walls

          In center of image is juncture of the east presbytery wall (left) and the south wall of bay 5. Bay 6 is at right of image. View taken from north aisle, over the top of tomb of Bishop Roger de Martival.

        • South presbytery bays, 5,6,7

          Taken with perspective-correcting lens from north wall of presbytery. Altar is at left.

          • South presbytery bays, 5,6,7

          • South wall, bays 5, 6, and 7

            Bay 5 is at left, bay 7 at right. Seen from north choir aisle.

            • South wall, bays 5, 6, and 7

              Upper portion of arcade, triforium, and clerestory of bays 5 (left), 6, and 7 (right), seen from the north aisle, bay 8.

            • Upper levels, south wall

              Triforium and clerestory of bays 5 (left) through 7. The more elaborate pier and mouldings at the right of the image belong to the eastern crossing.

          • South wall, bays 5,6

            Arcade, triforium, and clerestory levels of south wall of bays 5 (left) and 6. View taken from north aisle, over the top of tomb of Bishop Robert Bingham.

            • South wall, bays 5 and 6

              Bays 5 (left) and 6 (right) seen from bay 5, north aisle.

            • South wall, bays 5 and 6

              Bays 5 (left) and 6 (right) seen from bay 5, north aisle.

          • South wall, bays 6 and 7

            Bays 6 (left) and 7 (right) seen from bay 5, north aisle.

            • South wall, bays 6 and 7

              Bays 6 (left) and 7 (right) seen from bay 5, north aisle.

            • Plinth detail, bay 7

              Remains of raised floor in the presbytery, junction of bays 7 and 8, south side.

            • Plinth detail, bays 7 and 8

              Remains of raised floor in presbytery, junction of bays 7 and 8, south side.

            • Detail, plinth, bay 7

              Closeup view of remains of raised presbytery floor, junction of bays 7 and 8, south side of presbytery.

            • Detail, plinth, bay 7

              Closeup view of remains of raised presbytery floor and Purbeck bases, junction of bays 7 and 8, south side of presbytery.

            • Junction, bays 6 and 7

              The Hungerford tomb (bay 6) is at left, and the tomb of Simon de Gandavo (bay 7) is at right. South side of presbytery.

            • Juncture, bays 6 and 7

              The Hungerford tomb (bay 6) is at left, and the tomb of Simon de Gandavo (bay 7) is at right. South side of presbytery.

            • Plinth detail, bays 6 and 7

              Juncture of plinth and tombs between bays 6 and 7, south side of presbytery.

        • Presbytery vaults

          Bays 5, 6, and 7 of the presbytery. The eastern clerestory window is at the bottom of the image. Polychromy is from the 19th century, based on drawings of the medieval remnants.

        • Northeast pier, bay 8

          The north arm of the eastern transept extends at the left of the image. The purbeck colonettes face into bay 7 of the presbytery.

          • Capitals, northeast pier

            Purbeck capitals on the northeast pier, facing bay 7 of the presbytery.

          • Detail, capitals of pier

            Closeup view of the purbeck capitals on the northeast pier, bay 8, facing the presbytery.

          • Base, northeast pier

            Winch formerly used for raising and lowering Lenten veil is visible, as well as the juncture of Purbeck bases and base of crossing pier.

        • Northwest pier, bay 8

          Bay 8 and eastern transept are on the right side of image; purbeck colonnettes at left face the choir bays which extend to the west.

        • Southeast pier, bay 8

          Southern arm of the eastern transept is at right of image. Purbeck capitals at left face into the presbytery, bay 7.

        • Southwest pier, bay 8

          The southern arm of the eastern transept extends to the left. The purbeck colonettes at right face towards the choir. Tops of the choir stalls are visible at bottom right.

        • North entrance to choir, bay 8

          Entrance into the choir from the north side of the eastern crossing. This view is taken from inside the choir looking to the north; the north transept windows are visible behind entrance. Pulpit is to the left of the doorway.

        • South entrance to choir, bay 8

          Entrance to choir located on the south side of the eastern crossing. This view taken from inside the choir, looking to south. South arm of the eastern transept is visible beyond the choir entrance. The Bishop's throne is located to the right of the doorway.

          • South entrance to choir, bay 8

            Entrance to choir located on the south side of the eastern crossing. This view taken from inside the choir, looking to south. Bishop's throne is to the right of the doorway.

        • Eastern crossing vault

          Vaults over both choir and presbytery, with the eastern crossing vault (bay 8) in the center.

          • Choir stalls, bays 9,10,11

            Choir stalls located along north wall of choir. Bay 9 is in the foreground, and the view extends through the crossing and into the nave.

          • Choir stalls, bays 9,10,11

            View of north choir stalls, with bay 11 in the foreground. The view extends through the eastern crossing, through the presbytery, and into the Trinity Chapel.

            • Detail, carved figure

              Figure of musician, located in back row of choir stalls, bay 11.

            • Detail, carved figure

              Figure of musician, located in back row of stalls.

            • Detail, choir seat

              Choir seat, with base folded up.

            • Detail, misericord

              Carved misericord under choir seat.

          • North wall, bays 9,10,11

            Upper portion of arcade, triforium, and clerestory of north wall of choir bays. Taken from bay 9, from the south aisle. Bay 11 is at far left.

          • North wall, bays 9,10,11

            Bay 11 is at left (west); bay 9 at right, next to eastern crossing (elaborate pier at right). View taken from south arm of eastern transept.

          • North wall, bay 9

            Bay 9, north wall, taken from south aisle, bay 9. Eastern crossing is to the right (bay 8).

          • North wall, bays 10,11

            Upper levels of bay 11 (left) and bay 10 (right), as seen from south aisle, bay 9.

          • North wall, bays 10,11

            Upper levels of bay 11 (left) and bay 10 (right), as seen from south aisle, bay 9.

          • North wall, bays 10,11

            Bays 11 (left, next to main crossing) and 10 (right), seen from south arm of the main transept (bay 12).

          • Triforium, bays 9, 10

            Detail of singing vicar head between triforium bays 9 and 10.

          • South choir stalls

            Choir stalls extending along bays 9, 10, and 11 of the south choir wall. Bay 9 is in the foreground, and the view extends west through the crossing and into the nave.

          • South choir stalls

            View of choir stalls extending along bays 9,10 and 11 of the south wall of choir, with bay 11 in foreground. The view extends to the east through the presbytery and into the Trinity Chapel.

          • South wall, bays 9,10,11

            South wall of choir bays 9 (left), 10 and 11, as seen over the north entrance to the choir, bay 8.

          • South wall, bays 9,10,11

          • South wall, bays 9,10,11

          • South wall, bays 9,10,11

            Bay 9 is at left, and bay 11 at right. View is from the north arm of the main transept, through the main crossing arch. Pier to main crossing is visible to right of bay 11.

          • South wall, bays 9,10,11

            Bay 9 is at left, and bay 11 at right. View is from the north arm of the main transept, through the main crossing arch. Pier to main crossing is visible to right of bay 11.

          • Upper levels, south wall

            Triforium and clerestory of bays 9 (left), 10, and 11 (right), shown from north arm of main transept, through crossing arch.

          • South wall, bay 9

            Triforium and clerestory levels of bay 9, south wall, seen from north aisle. Eastern crossing is to left of image.

            • Arcade spandrel

              Spandrels of arcade in bay 9, south wall. Eastern crossing is to left. Vaulting of south choir aisle is visible through arcade, and roof structure over the aisle is visible through the triforium.

            • Arcade spandrel

              Left spandrel of south arcade, bay 9. Vestiges of medieval decoration are visible on the masonry.

            • Apex, bay 9

              Junction of clerestory and vault at bay 9, south wall.

          • South wall, bay 10

            Bay 10 of choir, seen from north aisle, bay 9.

            • Apex, bay 10

              Junction of clerestory and vault, bay 10, south wall.

          • South wall, bays 9, 10

            Taken from north aisle, bay 9, looking towards south wall. Eastern crossing, bay 8, is extends to the left of picture.

          • South wall, bays 10, 11

            View from north aisle, bay 9, looing southwest towards bays 10 and 11. The main crossing (bay 12) extends to right of picture.

            • Triforium, bays 10,11

          • South wall, bay 11

            Bay 11, shown from north aisle, bay 9. Note 19th-century polychromy in imitation of the medieval decoration.

            • Triforium, bay 11

              Triforium, bay 11, showing polychromy. Main crossing arch is at right.

            • Arcade spandrel

              Spandrel between bays 10 and 11, facing into choir.

            • Arcade spandrel

              Spandrel between bays 10 and 11, facing into choir.

        • Choir vaults

          View from main crossing looking east into choir, east crossing, and presbytery.

          • Choir vaults

            View taken from north choir aisle, bay 9. Eastern crossing vault (bay 8) is at left, and bay 11 is at far right.

          • Choir vaults

            Choir vaults, with bay 11 at top of image and bay 9 at bottom.

          • Choir vaults

            Bay 10 is in center of image. Wall at left is the south wall of the choir.