Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Window: 10, Nave N (E), St Lawrence, Bradwell, Old (MK)

Location in Church:
Nave N (E)
Type:
3 lights
Subject(s):
St Chrysostom, St Augustine, St Paul
Date Made:
1886
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
E Swinfen Harris, Records of Bucks, 1904
Donated by:
William Barwick Cregoe-Colmore More...
Notes on Window:
Between 1868 and 1886 this window contained Powell quarries.

 


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All 3 lights: St Chrysostom, St Augustine, St Paul .
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LH light: St Chrysostom, a 4th century Bishop of Constantinople, regarded as an early father of the church.
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LH light: Close view of St Chrysostom, who is usually shown as a writer.
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Centre light: St Augustine, the first Archbishop of Canterbury, appointed in 597.
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Centre light: Closer view of St Augustine.
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RH light: St Paul. The sword he carries refers to a quotation from his letter to the Ephesians, 6:17 "take the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God", it also signifies that he was martyred in Rome around the year 65 AD.
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RH light: Closer view of St Paul. He is usually portrayed with a bible, as he was a prolific writer.
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Top of window: This shows the small lights with yellow and green decoration under the flat top of the window.
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Base of window with an inscription that translates as "A gift from William Barwick Grecoe-Colmore 1886".
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