At the top of the south portal are two statues: St. Paul Aurelian with a dragon and below him St. Michael with the dragon; and on the rooftop St. Mary and St. John the Apostle.
The inner side of the portal is adorned with twelve statues of the apostles:
St. Peter with his key, St. Thomas (with a square), St. Jude (with staff), St. John (without a beard), Saint James the Minor (with a stick curved at the base, broken), and Saint James the Greater (hat and shell).
Saint Simon the Zealot (with a saw), St. Matthias (with knife?), Saint Matthew (with scales), Saint Bartholomew (with knife), Saint Philip (with a spear), and
Saint Andrew (with X-cross),
Above the northern entrance is a statue of Saint John the Evangelist writing in a book, with the eagle at his feet.
St. Paul Aurelian
St. Mary and St. John the Apostle.
Sources & Information
Façade with statues (church)
James the Greater, St.
James the Minor, St.
John the Apostle, St.
John the Evangelist, St.
Jude the Apostle, St.
Paul Aurelian, St.
Simon the Zealot, St.
Location (N 48°29'34" - W 4°2'25")
Item Code: frbr124; Photograph: 31 May 2012
Of each statue we made photos from various angles and also detail photos of the various texts.
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