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[Photograph]. Madeline caviness: medieval stained glass. Retrieved from ARTstor.

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Saint-Remi de Reims - Interior Choir clerestory, south III, window 3, Stained glass, Date: building 13th century, Location: Reims, France, Collection: Madeline Caviness: Medieval Stained Glass.

The window is a primary example of banded style of stained glass arrangement. The bands run horizontal with a main artwork in each band. The window depicts St. Daniel(upper) and St. Flavius(lower).

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current20:45, November 17, 2010Thumbnail for version as of 20:45, November 17, 2010637 × 1,024 (141 KB)Metricton (Talk | contribs)Saint-Remi de Reims - Interior Choir clerestory, south III, window 3, Stained glass, Date: building 13th century, Location: Reims, France, Collection: Madeline Caviness: Medieval Stained Glass. The window is a primary example of banded style of stained