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View of door in interior of St Salvator's Chapel.

B 42208

Description View of door in interior of St Salvator's Chapel.

Date c. 1950

Collection George Hay

Catalogue Number B 42208

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copies SC 371750

Scope and Content Octagonal-headed doorway, St Salvator's College Church, St Andrews, Fife St Salvator's College Church was built in about 1450 by Bishop Kennedy as part of his newly-founded St Salvator's College of which it is the only surviving structure. This is one of the church's octagonal-headed doorways - a rare type unique to the 15th century. The door itself is made of oak and is very ancient. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

Accession Number 1991/27


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