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Germany
Nuremberg: Museum, Germanisches Nationalmuseum
Donor, Male: Lorenz Tucher
1485
Gothic and Renaissance Art in Nuremberg: 1300-1550: no. 43, p. 174
Inv. Nr. MM 811

France
Arles: Church, St.-Trophime
Christ and Four Beasts
12c.
Detail, west facade, central portal, tympanum

Great Britain
Canterbury: Cathedral, Christ Church
Thomas Becket: Scene, Hugh of Jervaulx
1213 - 1220
Trinity Chapel, Ambulatory, Becket Miracle Window 3.

By Petronella Master.

Showing scenes 19-22, Miracles of Thomas à Becket: Modern scene for Hugh of Jervaulx miracle (22); following arrangement in Rackham (1949).

Rackham, B., Ancient Glass of Canterbury Cathedral (1949), pp. 95-96

Caviness, M., Early Stained Glass of Canterbury Cathedral (1977), fig. 162

Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Great Britain, 2. Christ Church, Canterbury (1981), pp. 191-192; figs. 286-287

Michael, M., Stained Glass of Canterbury Cathedral (2004), p. 138; color figs. pp. 138-139

Italy
Ruvo di Puglia: Cathedral
Angel
12c.
Western facade, central portal, detail

Netherlands
Amsterdam: Museum, Rijksmuseum
Scene, Secular: Banquet
c. 1540
Southern Lowlands

Switzerland
Zurich: Museum, Schweizerisches Landesmuseum
Heraldry
16c.


Germany
Worms: Cathedral, St. Peter
Ornament: foliate
c. 1000
Detail, excavated capital from original church of 1000, now in south portal

Great Britain (Wales)
Llangodwaladr: Church, Cadwaladr
Christ: Resurrection
15c.


France
Unknown
Donor, Male
16c.


France
Tours: Cathedral, Gatien
View
third quarter 13c.
View of window showing cycle of Passion of Christ stories.

Spain
Barcelona: Cathedral
Interior view
1386 - 1398
Tomb of Ramon d'Escales

France
Angers: Cathedral, St.-Maurice
Virgin Mary: Death
c. 1180 - 1210
Detail, Glorification of the Virgin Window
Corpus Vitrearum. France, III. Les vitraux de la cathédrale d’Angers: pp. 467-473

Germany
Magdeburg: Cathedral
Interior View
13c.
Interior, choir

Italy
Modena: Cathedral
Geminianus of Modena: Scene, departing for Pannonia
12c.
South exterior, lintel showing scenes from life of Geminianus of Modena.

Germany
Goslar: Church, SS. Cosmas and Damian
Cosmas of Cilicia: Scene, Torture
before 1250


United States
Louisville (KY): Museum, Speed Art Museum
Heraldry
17c. - 18c.
Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: Midwestern and Western States (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist III), p. 141-148.

Belgium
Heverlee: Abbey, Parc-Louvain
King
17c.
Unidentified scene.

Great Britain
London: Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
Prophet
c. 1210 - 1245
Museum number: 5C-1881

Champagne-Ardenne, France

Given by Henry Vaughan.

This panel depicting an Old Testament prophet, and nine others in the museum's collections (Mus.nos. 5-5E-1881 and 6-6C-1881), formed part of a 'Jesse Tree' window.