This four-light vestibule window, directly opposite the door that faces the Minster precinct and the site of the medieval archbishop’s palace, depicts a rather appropriate selection of ecclesiastical saints. Four deacon saints, including Stephen and Vincent, fill the lower register (row 2), with sainted bishops, including St Edmund Rich and St Robert (?Grosseteste) above (in row 5). Of the two unidentified deacons, one must surely be St Lawrence and one of the archbishops is likely to be St Thomas Becket. Panels of naturalistic grisaille fill the intervening panels, creating a classic ‘band window’ arrangement. The fifth ‘light’ of the window is actually a blind tracery disguising the external architectural buttress supporting the return of the vestibule passage, and was originally painted in imitation of glass. The window was releaded, with relatively little interference, in the 1920s. It was removed for safe-keeping during the Second World War, returning to the Minster in 1962, when most of the intervention involved patching of the tracery panels, which contain sections of reused 12th-century foliage. In 2013 CHs5 was cleaned, stabilised and reinstalled with environmental protective glazing by the York Glaziers Trust.