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The Anglo-Saxon window in the Great Hall of the University of Sydney is one of a number of windows along the side walls of the hall containing portraits of famous people. It includes three notable Anglo-Saxon churchmen and writers from the Kingdom of…

An image of one of a series of colourful and elaborate figural windows with trefoil heads created especially for The University of Sydney by the London firm of Clayton & Bell (c. 1859-60). The window depicts three well-known medieval writers:…

An image of the East Window in the Great Hall at Sydney Girls Grammar School (SGEGGS) in Darlinghurst, Sydney. The window was originally installed in St Peter’s church in 1867, but the church has since been incorporated into the School Hall. It is…

A view of the large rose window on the eastern wall of Winthrop Hall at The University of Western Australia. Inside the hall, the rose window is a focal point above the dais. Rose windows were popular decorative features of Romanesque and…

An image of Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance facing North Terrace features three large…

A close-up image of decorative stonework at the entrance to Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance…

An image of Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance facing North Terrace features three large…

An image of Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance facing North Terrace features three large…