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DETAIL OF THE SCREEN AT NORTH END OF CROSSING

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The lecture, Mediæval universities.
Gafurius lecturing to his pupils. Woodcut from Gafurius, Angelicum 
       opus musice, Milan, 1508.

Hieronymus, Epistolae, Lyon, 1513.
Erasmus, Hieronymi Stridonensis uita, Cologne, 1517.

Lactantius Firmianus, Opera, Paris, 1509.
The translator and the Duke of Norfolk. Barclay's version of Sallust's 
       Jugurtha, London, Pynson, c. 1520.

A lecturer addressing an audience, from a manuscript of Livre des cas 
       des malheureux nobles hommes et femmes, France, fifteenth century.
Bibliophile from Brandt's Ship of Fools.

Reception of a doctor. Facsimile of a wood engraving taken from a 
       German edition of Cicero's De Officios, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
A school, after a design of the sixteenth century, Paris, Bibliothèque 
       Nationale.

A playing card, from Jost Amman, Kartenspielbuch, 1588.
Epistole of Pulci, Florence, c. 1495.

Two figures from the Hortus Delicsarum.

Author, possibly Caxton, presenting a book to Margaret, Duchess of 
       Burgundy, from Chatsworth copy of the Recuyell.
Cyprianus. Nürnberg, 1553.

Two figures from the Hortus Deliciarum.

The Crossing.

     The eleven bosses on the arch before the Crossing: 
Scenes from the manuscript Speculum humanae; salvationis 
presented in 1715 by Governor Elihu Yale. The subjects 
from left to right:

             Jonah and the whale.
             Fishermen drawing in their nets.
             The fiery furnace.
             Daniel and the lions.
             The adoration of the Magi.
             The Nativity (central boss of the arch).
             The creation of Eve.

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