Just before coming to the door with the rose window, I met a Targa.
The other rose window represents the raising of the daughter of Jairus.
For high over the curtain of thick green shone a rose window.
The building of the temple had ceased, its visionary masonry, carvings, and rose window vanished at a touch withdrawn.
Enter its great gloom, go forward until you are opposite the rose window in the north transept, and look up.
Nôtre Dame's twin towers on each side of that miracle of a rose window would be there next time; but would M. Pol?
The rose window suddenly grows dark and the tree above the seat is shaken by the wind.
Here in each bay is a rose window forming a clerestory, and the colours in the glass of these shine like jewels in a crown.
Its rose window is formed with small columns like the Temple Church in London; and within are some beautiful tombs.
This is, however, a fourteenth-century alteration of the older church, as is also a rose window in the centre.