The nave aisle windows received their glass in the late 1220s to 1230s. It is possible that artisans from Chartres settled in Amiens and created windows that would have resembled the aisle windows at Chartres. Colors would have been deeply saturated with an emphasis upon blue and, to a lesser extent, red. Narratives from the Bible were organized within decorative patterns formed by the iron armatures. Typological linkages between Old and New Testaments might have been explored. It is likely that the windows were given by different guild groups of the city: the image of the carpenters at work survives at the bottom of a fragmentary window depicting the Creation of Adam and Eve. These windows were destroyed between the 1290s and 1370s to make way for the new lateral chapels: only fragments survive.