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Bay 100a - The Passion (c.1230)
(All images © Dr Stuart Whatling)
01-02 - Modern panels (not photographed) 03 - Last Supper 04 - Unidentified scene with later additions 05 - Unidentified scene (a family leaving a building or city?) 06 - The Quem Quaeritis (Three Maries at the empty tomb) - right half 07-08 - The Betrayal and Arrest of Christ 09-10 - Crucifixion with personifications of Ecclesia and Synagoga 11 - The washing of the Disciples' feet 12 - The Quem Quaeritis - left half (displaced and reversed) 13-14 - Unidentified fragmentary scene
Index to the panels:
01-02 - Modern panels (not photographed)

03 - Last Supper

11 - The washing of the Disciples' feet

07-08 - The Betrayal and Arrest of Christ

09-10 - Crucifixion with personifications of Ecclesia and Synagoga

12 - The Quem Quaeritis - left half (displaced and reversed)

06 - The Quem Quaeritis - right half

 

04 - Unidentified scene with later additions

05 - Unidentified scene (a family leaving a building or city?)

13-14 - Unidentified fragmentary scene

Overview:
This poorly preserved window, like it's neighbour in bay 101b, was not originally intended for the axial window. The CVMA survey (Recensement II, p.288) suggests these windows were originally situated in the transept, before being moved to bays 105/106 and then relocated to their present position in 1895.