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Window: 14, Outer North Aisle N (W) , St Mary, Datchet

Location in Church:
Outer North Aisle N (W)
Type:
1 light
Size (width x height):
1' 6" x 5' 5" or 0.45m x 1.66m
Subject(s):
The Good Samaritan.
Subject(s) - Notes:
This is the first of 3 windows that together portray 5 parables.
Date Made:
1865
Craftsmen:
Craftsman - Notes:
This is one of 8 Lavers & Barraud windows in this church
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Robert Eberhard - (see Introduction)
Notes on Window:
With no inscription, it is not known who provided this window, and whether it was in memory of anyone.

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Scene showing the Parable of the Good Samaritan
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Close up view of the robbed man being cared for by the Good Samaritan
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Close up view of Jesus recounting the Parable to a crowd outside a town. At the lower left are the Priest and Levite who ignored the robbed man
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Elaborate decoration at top of window
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Decoration at base of window and text "Go and Do Thou Likewise"
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