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Some glass images of the Ascension:

The Ascension of Our Lord

Le Mans, Cathédrale Saint-Étienne, Bay 16, Ascension window of c.1140-45, remaining panels showing Disciples and Mary, but without figure of Ascending Christ:
and details:

Poitiers, Cathédrale Saint-Pierre, Bay 100, c.1165-70:
and detail of Ascension:
and detail of Ascending Christ and angels:
and details of Disciples:

Chartres, Cathédrale Notre Dame, Bay 0c.1210-25:

Canterbury Cathedral, Corona East window, Ascension surrounded by types, c.1200-1207:

York Minster, wI, 8g-9g, 8h-9h, c1340:

York, All Saints, Pavement, wI, 2d, late 14thc.

Newark, St Mary Magdalene, sII, 2e, 15thc.:
and detail:

East Harling, St Peter & St Paul, East window, 1c, 15thc.:
and detail:

Oxford, Balliol College Chapel, east window, 4e-5e:

Elland, St Mary the Virgin, West Yorkshire, east window, 4c, 15thc.:

Great Malvern Priory, Worcestershire, nVI, 15thc.:

Leicester, Jewry Wall Museum, late 15thc.:

Gordon Plumb

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