The window depicting scenes from the story of Noah was originally located in the choir of the cathedral, but the original location of the Saint Martial panel is uncertain. Both panels were removed during restorations of the cathedral in the nineteenth century.
From the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, Poitiers; George Grey Barnard American, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania 1863–1938 New York, New York (until 1925)
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