Autun Cathedral Autun, France

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Dating from the early 12th century with later Gothic additions, the Cathédrale St-Lazare is a pilgrimage church famed for its splendid Romanesque sculptures by Gislebertus.

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318794
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46.945168° N, 4.299147° E

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  • Roman and Romanesque Treasures in Autun

    As promised, here are some photos from our last stop on Wednesday, the city of Autun in northern Burgundy. It's a very pretty city with lots to offer those interested in Roman and Romanesque art. Autun was settled in Roman times, when it was known as Augustodunum. You can still see some Roman ruins around the city, the best of which are the Roman amphitheater (which we didn't have time to see), a large gate, and the 1st-century Temple of Janus...

References & Resources

  1. Legends in Limestone: Lazarus, Gislebertus, and the Cathedral of Autun

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Autun Cathedral (Autun, France)
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April 11, 2015