See also:term given to the
See also:lintel or
See also:beam which is framed across a window, dividing it into stages or heights . In early
See also:Gothic ecclesiastical
See also:work transoms are only found in
See also:belfry unglazed windows or
See also:lights, where they were deemed necessary to strengthen the mullions in the
See also:absence of the iron stay bars, which in glazed windows served a similar purpose . In domestic work, on account of the opening casements, they are more frequently found . In the later Gothic, and more especially the Perpendicular
See also:period, the introduction of transoms became very general in windows of all kinds .
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