Cambia (Haute-Corse), chapelle de San Quirico, photographed by Jacques Martin.
The apse or chevet.
The prominent position and confident appearance of this statue
suggests that it might represent the male majesty of Christ
rather like this Merovingian tile from Auvergne.
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On the N side of the nave is a very unusual megaphallic acrobat
resembling (apart from his maleness) many Romanesque mermaids.
Click to see another - more discreet - Corsican male.
see also carvings in Piedmont.