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English: Part of a panel in the Jesse Tree window in York Minster, England. It may be the oldest stained glass in England, circa 1170, or possibly as early as 1150.
Français : Partie d'un vitrail de la cathédrale d'York (Angleterre) représentant l'arbre de Jessé. Ce vitrail, datant des environs de 1170, voire 1150, est peut-être le plus ancien d'Angleterre.
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Source Sarah Brown's book "Illustrated history of Stained Glass"
Author Unknown author

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