The church is best known for its sculptures, which include numerous “masques feuillus” or Green Men. These are mostly in the old part of the church, the lower story of the nave. They were carved and added to the church over many years. Different styles are employed, indicating different master sculptors or workshops. Most are dated by experts to between the late 12th and mid 13th century, although a few may be Renaissance additions.
Below, the cemetery. Much more about the sculptures at The Green Man of Cercles.