Jesse window


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Jesse window

n
(Architecture) a window in a church with a representation of Christ's descent from Jesse, usually in the form of a genealogical tree
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There is an old railway station that's now a B&B, a pottery, an old rectory, a redundant church that has specially opened for this occasion, and an opportunity to see the famous Jesse window in St Dyfnog's Church, Llanrhaerdr Y.
Refreshments will be available at the church best known for its famous Jesse window, built in 1533.
We visually broke down the windows into sections similar to the Jesse Window.
The beautiful Jesse window at Llanrhaiadr-yng-Nghinmeirch (Denbighshire) is alleged to have survived thanks to parishioners there, who disassembled it and hid it in the parish chest.
The present church contains the very famous Jesse window which dates from about 1530, highly coloured and depicting the lineage of the house of Jesse to the Virgin Mary.