The massive pillar, circular arches and scallop capital are all typical features of Romanesque and Norman architecture. The windows in the exterior wall, behind the pillar, are more typical of the Early English period, with their lancet shape and vertical mullions. One of the unusual features of St. Bart's (barely visible in this photograph) is that the billet moulding around the arches is continuous around the entire apse, rather than terminated at the capitals of the arches.

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