|Owner||See of LINCOLN|
|Location||North Choir Aisle|
|Object||Shield of See of LINCOLN|
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Tapestry of See of LINCOLN
Detail of a wall hanging tapestry showing the shield of the See of LINCOLN
For blazonHeraldic shield description, see below.
Object - Tapestry, England and See of LincolnAdminstrative area overseen by the Bishop
A tapestry on the wall above the entrance to the room currently used to display items from the Treasury, on the north wall of the North Choir Aisle.
Location - North Choir Aisle
This seems to be a better lit corridor than its counterpart on the south side, it also tends to a bit busier as it is the natural route between the Nave, St. Hugh's Choir and the Cloister Court (for the library and the cafe).
Owner - See of LINCOLN
A 'See' is an administrative area overseen by a Bishop. The See has its own arms, distinct from any personally held by the Bishop at the time.
Lincoln, See of. Gu. two lions pass, guard, or, on a chief az. the Holy Virgin and Child sitting crowned and bearing a sceptre of the second.
- ↑ "The General Armory of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales", Sir Bernard Burke, Harrison, London, 1884, P. 609