This window depicts Christ hanging from the Tree of Life, conquering the serpent of Evil.
Below him, from left to right, stand Longinus the Centurion, St Mary Magdalen, St Mary the Virgin, and St John.
Along the bottom of the window are the symbols of the Four Evangelists; at the top is a choir of angels.
The window was made by Morris & Company in 1896. It is a composite design, the principal elements being by Sir Edward Burne-Jones.
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