The header over the one door opening in this wall has also been set.
After a heavy rain, and under overcast skies, this wall looked a bit scary to me. There's something boney about the stone, and the hollow openings made me think, for the first time, of eye sockets in a skull.
So there is a paradoxical double-meaning in this wall. On the one hand it is a "westworks", a symbolic shield against all that the sunset represents - death, and the sin and evil that brings it. On the other hand the wall itself looks like death. It's as if in giving itself to protect against demonic attack the wall was deeply damaged, scarred, and killed. And yet it stands. Now we walk through that symbol of sacrificial torture to enjoy the spaces beyond. This wall might be the best image of Jesus in the building.