Clark contextualizes the exterior sculptural program of the radiating chapels
at Reims Cathedral, and considers the motivations of the patrons relative to the choice of imagery in the figural sculptures.
15v); the creation, for the nuns, of a "closure ou choir Saint John Evangelist," a partitioned area possibly located in one of the transepts or chapels (one of the radiating chapels
at Flines was dedicated to Saint John) (fol.
The church's ambulatory and radiating chapels
were designed to contain ample space for displaying and honoring relics, functions they have served since 24 February, 1600.