Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Window: 01, Chancel N (W), St Mary, Aylesbury

Location in Church:
Chancel N (W)
Type:
Lancet
Subject(s):
Temptation of Jesus / Baptism of Christ
Date Made:
1857
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
The Builder, 2nd May 1857
Dedicated to:
Rev John Radcliffe Pretyman, and his wife Amelia More...
Donated by:
Rev Edward Bickersteth and his wife Martha Maria Anne More...
Notes on Window:
This is the first of the series of 7 windows (with 9 lancets) around the Chancel, all with scenes in vesica shapes that represent the chief events in the life of Christ. More...

 


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Lower Scene: The Baptism of Christ
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Lower Scene: Jesus insists on being being baptised by John the Baptist
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Upper Scene: The Temptation of Jesus, after fasting in the Wilderness
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Upper Scene: The Devil tempts Jesus to turn stone into bread
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Dedication plaque below window
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