Vitri historiales

Lit. 'storytelling windows'. Term used for the stained-glass windows depicting biblical figures or stories. They were very important in a world of illiterates in the telling of biblical stories but could be expensive, costing up to 2s each.

Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases. .

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