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of the stone tracery was itself so thick that, standing, as we were now, immediately under it, those uppermost fragments of mysterious glass were quite invisible to us. We could see only a faint mottling of color thrown on the upper lip of the stone mouth, deep in which the medallion jewelry was fixed, filtering obliquely the last western light. His reply, however, was to repeat the ancient maxim, "As above, so below." And as he said it a small ellipse of light appeared on the breastwork which screened the narrow wall on which we stood from the nave, forty feet below. I looked at the little elongated disk of light (it was thrown from a small flashlight which my guide was holding), and, sure enough, there was cut in the broad chamfer of the balustrade, which faced us like a stone reading desk, an engraved reproduction of the medallion maze-pattern up out of sight in the trefoil above us. The ellipse shifted.
" And here"-the light darted and paused, first on one side of the central engraving and then on the other= "Here are the even more obscure patterns which you saw in the right and left trefoils." He was certainly correct in that, for my memory is very retentive of pattern, and was helped in this question by the fact which I had noted when on the nave floor-these two "supporting" patterns were similar-the only difference between them being that the pattern of one was a pattern in which the line came in from the left, while in the other the line began its involutions from the right. They were "mirror images" of each other.
" They were kind, the original masons," went on the soft tone, in this fluted place more like an echo of very distant speaking than a face-to-face voice. "They do not wish to

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