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Window 010 - Saint Apollinaris, Celestial Hierarchy, Grisaille (14th century) (unrestored).
Two rows of grisaille were inserted in 1328, replacing older glass. Its purpose was to honor the saints whose altar had been installed before it.

• Row 02: Saints Quiricus (Cyr) and his mother, St Julitte, St Maur, St Radigonde; Canon Guillaume Theirry kneeling before the Virgin and Child; St Sulpice, St Mathurin de Laurchant, St Lifart slaying the dragon.


• Row 03: Saint Apollinaris heals blind child (son of judge Thaurus?); Meets tribune of Ravenna; Heals tribune's wife.
• Row 04: Baptises tribune and his household; Goes into exile; heals woman possessed with evil spirit.
• Row 05: Apollinaris enters home of Rufus Patricius, Duke of Ravenna; Raises Rufus' daughter from the dead; Provost demands Apollinaris sacrifice to idols.
• Row 06: Angel visits the saint in prison; temple of Jupiter/Zeus collapses due to saints' prayer; Provost and others watch temple's destruction.
• Row 07: Outraged at the temple's loss, pagans beat Apollinaris to death; saint's funeral; Christians of Ravenna mourn his passing.

Celestial hierarchy (lowest to highest):

• Row 08: Angels (I); Principals (III); Archangels (II).
• Row 09: Powers (IV); Virtues (V); Dominions (VI).
• Row 10: Cherubim (VIII); Thrones (VII); Seraphim (IX).
• Row 11: Christ, with angels worshipping him.

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