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Circular stained-glass window showing two groups of figures facing each other

Circular stained-glass window showing two groups of figures facing each other Desc: In the center left side of the window is a light-skinned man in colorful robes and a decorative headpiece sitting on a golden throne with carved animal heads. He is grasping the right hand of a light-skinned man kneeling across from him. Behind the pair are other groups of figures, three on the left and two on the right, with simple dress. The figure directly behind the kneeling man holds a gold cross in his right hand. The figures are on a dark blue background surrounded by red, purple, black, and black-and-white dotted rings.

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Thomas Becket (c. 1118–1170), the archbishop of Canterbury, was declared a saint just two years after being murdered in Canterbury Cathedral by allies of the English king. This panel was once part of a window depicting the saint’s life and miracles from the ambulatory of Trinity