S wall, E window.

Image of the feature "III. Exterior Features: 2. Windows: S windows" at Glendalough, St Saviour.

by Roger Stalley.

S wall, E window: a round-headed opening with a reveal 0.14 m deep. Five of the original archivolts survive. These have a roll moulding on the angle, flanked by two moulded bands, each lined by beading (on the western springer the two outer rows of beading are neatly brought together at an acute angle). The label has a chamfered moulding with indeterminate stops.

S wall, W window: undecorated, with a reveal only 0.05m deep. The label is a simple chamfered moulding, with uncarved blocks (possibly modern) serving as stops.

Both of these windows have the usual internal splay, with well-cut, but undecorated, rear arches.