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The shrine was only moved into the retrochoir itself in 1476.
During the reign of Queen Mary heresy trials were held in the retrochoir.
The chapter next commissioned two high reliefs for two other panels of the retrochoir.
The retrochoir extends across the eastern end of the choir and into the eastern transepts.
His gravestone is in the floor of the south aisle of the retrochoir at Winchester cathedral.
They form a separate octagonal structure tacked on the choir of the church (via a retrochoir) and only accessible from the outside.
The antecrypt and retrochoir of the Cathedral of Palencia.
In 1543 Merbecke and three other companions were tried for heresy in the retrochoir at Southwark.
There he executed the technically precise reliefs of the main retrochoir of the cathedral, which led to further contracts and a lifelong career in Spain.
Following the accession of Godfrey de Lucy in 1189 a retrochoir was added in the Early English style.
He is particularly noted for his wood sculptures, as can be seen in the Iglesia del Sagrario and the retrochoir of the Cathedral.
It is currently housed in the retrochoir, where it is regularly used to accompany services at the Shrine of St. Richard.
The retrochoir was built in the early 13th century to accommodate the huge numbers of pilgrims wishing to visit his shrine and enter the 'holy hole' beneath him.
Cross into the choir to admire the 16th-century Great Screen separating the choir from the retrochoir, a gift of the bishop of Winchester in 1520.
The cathedral chapter commissioned him 7 May 1517 to construct the choir stalls and the marble retrochoir of the Cathedral of Barcelona.
The eastern end was extended from the round ambulatory to form a square retrochoir or presbytery with lancet windows in a style that is transitional between Norman and Gothic.
The Bishop's Chapel and parochial chapel were removed, but plans for the demolition of the retrochoir were averted, and it was restored by Gwilt in 1832.
The Renaissance retrochoir contains alabaster sculptures and the choir was built by three great artists: Jusquin, Copin of Holland and Juan de Malinas.
This was the development of fan vaulting, first used in about 1370 in the cloisters at Gloucester, then in the retrochoir at Peterborough in the early 15th century.
The wall between the nave of the church and the retrochoir is penetrated by three screened grilles through which the nuns could observe the mass, while being invisible to anybody in the nave.
Wykeham's successor, Henry of Beaufort (1405-1447), carried out fewer alterations, adding only a chantry on the south side of the retrochoir, although work on the nave may have continued through his episcopy.
However, during this time he worked on the marble sculpture of the retrochoir of the Barcelona Cathedral; he did not complete this work, which was eventually finished in 1562 by Pedro Villar.
The windows of the retrochoir are in the Reticulated style like those of the Lady Chapel, but are fully Flowing Decorated in that the tracery mouldings form ogival curves.
He was tried and convicted of heresy in the retrochoir of Southwark Cathedral in 1543 but received a pardon owing to the intervention of Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester.
During firefighting operations, members of the Civil defense and church staff covered the canons' chairs, the altar, and the sarcophagi in the retrochoir with damp fire blankets, hoping to prevent damage to the invaluable items.