Rows 18 and 20 follow the Feast of the Translation in the York Breviary. They start with William’s canonisation, which was proclaimed by Pope Honorius in 1226. Seated on his throne, the pope gives the bull of canonisation to two kneeling canons. Behind them stand another senior cleric and a monk, identifiable by their tonsures. As with rows 5 and 12, the backgrounds and canopies continue up into the cusped panels of row 19 below the transom.