The most striking object in the interior is the magnificent Romanesque baldachin above the high altar.
Two of the biggest, sir, stood in the adytum to form the baldachin over the Ark.
In the hall Prince Rameses sat on an elevated chair beneath a baldachin, while at the entrance door appeared the herald.
The litter stopped before a baldachin under which was an ebony throne on an elevation.
Its interior will be of pure gold, very massive, and it hath a baldachin of velvet, embroidered with our ducal arms.
The King presided, sitting under a baldachin with his consort, Queen Johanna, at his right and his sons at his left.
It is probable that these columns belonged originally to the baldachin over the high altar.
Under the baldachin hovered a gilded Cupid, spotted and faded, with his arrow aimed at the bed.
The bed loomed mysteriously in one corner with its baldachin of Gobelin tapestry.
I take the shrine to be a work of the thirteenth century, though the baldachin is no doubt of later date.