1A ledge projecting from the underside of a hinged seat in a choir stall which, when the seat is turned up, gives support to someone standing.
- The sixty-two misericords or priests' seats, carved with everything from lions to scenes of everyday life, are believed to be of 1390.
- Weak light filters in through stained glass and creates deep shadows among the pews and misericords.
- These appear in the stained glass windows, stone column capitals, decorated ends of pews, or even the misericords carved on the bottom of hinged church seats.
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