Holc-0099

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Summary
OwnerQueen CATHERINE of Braganza
 King CHARLES II
MaterialStained Glass
FormShield Only
Size50cm
Date1850-1899
LocationChapter House
ObjectWindow W7-L1
Referenceholc-0099
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Shield of Queen CATHERINE and King CHARLES II

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Description

This is the second from the top shield on the thirteenth window from the left.

Heraldry Notes

See below.





Object - Chapter House Window W7-L1

Close up of Object

This is the thirteenth window from the left. According to information on some wooden "bats" provided by the cathedral, the scenes and shields depicted are (from top to bottom):


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General View of Location

Location - Chapter House

The ten-sided chapter house was constructed as a meeting place for the College of Canons in the early 13th Century.[1]


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Owner - Queen CATHERINE of Braganza

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Arms:

Catherine of Braganza : Arg., on each of five escutcheons, in cross, az., as many plates, in saltire, the whole within a bordure gu., charged with eight castles or, for Portugal.[2]


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Owner - King CHARLES II

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Arms:

The Stuart Princes, James I, Charles I., Charles II., and James II., a.d. 1603 - 1689, Quarterly:- 1 and 4 Grand Quarters, France Modern and England quarterly ; 2nd Grand Quarter, Scotland ; 3rd Grand Quarter, Ireland ; from the Stuart Monuments in Westminster Abbey.[3]


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  1. "Lincoln Cathedral, the Story So Far" Cathedral Guidebook 2006, P. 17
  2. "Heraldry Historical and Popular", 3rd Ed. Charles Boutell, Richard Bentley, London 1864 P. 311
  3. "Heraldry Historical and Popular", 3rd Ed. Charles Boutell, Richard Bentley, London 1864 P. 298