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St Davids Shrine


St Davids cathedral is unique in that the reigning sovereign is a member of the Chapter.  One of the stalls bears the Royal Coat of Arms.

The choir stalls were constructed in the late 15th to early 16th century.  The surviving medieval floor tiles bear the coats of arms the nobility.  Coats of arms are also painted on some of the backs of the stalls and at the end of benches.

The underside of the misericord seats reveal fine 16th century carvings. The "Green Man" (left) is a common medieval motif


Choir location

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