ADAM

OXNC2  Adam with shovel,  Oxford, New College, by Thomas Glazier, 1386-98  (part of a series of Old Testament figures)
© Raguin/MMK

ANGELS

Cherubim. St. Michael Spurriergate, York, c. 1410. © Raguin/MMK. Cherubum are completely covered with wings, and contemplate the face of God.

Cherubim and Dominations below an image of the Trinity. York Minster, choir, south east aisle, c. 1420. © Raguin/MMK. Dominations are characterized by long gowns with golden belts. In the right hand, they carry golden staffs and in the left, the seal of God.

Nine Choirs (Orders) of Angels, stained glass, All Saints North Street, c. 1410. © Raguin/MMK.

Orders of Angels, All Saints North Street, York, c. 1410. Principalities: These Angels are thought to be those who protect religions as well as nations and leaders of the world. They are described as wearing soldierís uniforms. © Raguin/MMK.

Orders of Angels, All Saints North Street, York, c. 1410. Cherubim? © Raguin/MMK.

Orders of Angels, All Saints North Street, c. 1410. Powers? © Raguin/MMK.

Angel with barrel organ, south aisle window, St. Denys Walmgate, York, 1440s? © Raguin/MMK.

Angels displaying the heraldic insignia of Henry VII, sculpture, c. 1510, Chapel of Henry VII, Westminister Abbey, London.
 
 

ANN

St. Anne teaching the Virgin to read, chancel window, All Saints North Street, c. 1412-28. © Raguin/MMK.

St. Anne teaching the Virgin to read, chancel window, All Saints North Street, detail c. 1412-28. © Raguin/MMK.
 

APOSTLES

Apostles (Paul, John the Evangelist, James the Great, James the Less, Bartholomew, and Jude) © Raguin/MMK, sculpture, Chartres Cathedral, north transept, central portal, c. 1220.

Aristodemus with poison of crushed toads and serpents which failed to bring Johnís death © Raguin/MMK, socle below Apostles John the Evangelist, Chartres Cathedral, north transept, central portal, c. 1220