Boudicca, Celtic warrior queen, lead a major uprising that nearly caused the Romans to retreat from what is now England. She rode into battle on a chariot with her grown daughters fighting at her side. She is called the Celtic Queen
York Minster - This is a detail from the Enthronement Feast, of Archbishop William Fitzherbert (St William). The window was created long after William's death, which explains why the figures are shown in century costume.
York Minster - panel from the St. William window, showing a man being seized by a devil. The St William Window is one of the most important pieces of medieval stained glass in the world. It is apporoximately 24 metres high and 4.88 metres wide (approx 72 x 14 feet).
st william inspection Caring for the Glass The York Glaziers Trust undertakes all work associated with the care and protection of all 128 windows in York Minster containing historic stained glass, the largest and most diverse collection in Britain.