The latter is flanked by similar arches enclosing pretty, traceried windows.
It is a most beautiful little specimen of middle-pointed, with high-pitched roof and traceried window.
The timber roof is of low pitch, with traceried spandrels above the tie-beams.
The second stage of Gothic, introducing the traceried window, was opened by the building of the cathedral of Reims, begun in 1211.
Below are traceried panels, with shields in their centres, on which were originally brass escutcheons.
Behind a traceried grillwork lay heaped a mound of treasures such as no human eye will ever see again.
The upper one is a spandrel piece from the traceried arcading of the stalls.
The west wall contains an outer doorway from the cloister court, and there is a traceried window above it.
The statues of the door-jamb are carried round their lower parts, and the stage above is occupied with traceried panels.
A tall, richly carved and traceried roodscreen, divides nave from chancel, which has a plain sedilia and piscina.