Ambulatory, and the entrance to the sacristy in stone and marble, part of the rood screen of 1610 by Jacques Bugier, moved here in 1768, in the Cathedrale Saint-Julien du Mans or Cathedral of St Julian of Le Mans, Le Mans, Sarthe, Loire, France. On the pediment are terracotta statues by Gervais I Delabarre of St John the Evangelist and St Matthew, and above the Virgin in mourning by Charles Hoyau. The cathedral was built from the 6th to the 14th centuries, with both Romanesque and High Gothic elements. It is dedicated to St Julian of Le Mans, the city's first bishop, who established Christianity in the area in the 4th century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Ambulatory, and the entrance to the sacristy in stone and marble, part of the rood screen of 1610 by Jacques Bugier, moved here in 1768, in the Cathedrale Saint-Julien du Mans or Cathedral of St Julian of Le Mans, Le Mans, Sarthe, Loire, France. On the pediment are terracotta statues by Gervais I Delabarre of St John the Evangelist and St Matthew, and above the Virgin in mourning by Charles Hoyau. The cathedral was built from the 6th to the 14th centuries, with both Romanesque and High Gothic...
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