The rose-window above the projecting porch was adorned with blue campanula, like the first page of an illuminated missal.
The rose-window is of the 15th century, the others of the 13th century.
The transept terminates at each end in a fine portal surmounted by a rose-window.
The subjects of the rose-window are all taken from the Apocalypse.
For instance, I was shown a Noah's Ark with a rose-window of stained glass in one end of it.
The first storey of the towers flanking the rose-window is broken by lofty twin bays crowned with gables.
Neither had heard the creak of the rose-window as the hinged panel drew back.
All that part situated above the five windows of the first storey, including the rose-window, has been rebuilt in modern times.
The rose-window (15th century) of the north transept, representing the Last Judgment, contains many historical figures.
At the base of the rose-window, on each side, are two very fine statues.