Cavanac (Aude)


Two unique and remarkable re-mounted corbels on this interesting church,
which is just SE of Carcassonne.


First, a female exhibitionist most unusually sticking out her tongue and holding her chin in the manner of a beard-puller.
Two scaly, demonic figures place a hand each on her forehead, behind which is acanthus-leaf decoration.
A hand holding a cauldron
(representing Hell ?) hangs down on one side.


Second, an ithyphallic wolf has a lamb in his very toothy mouth.

For more information on this church, see http://lieuxsacres.canalblog.com/archives/cavanac__11_aude_/index.html,
from where these photos were taken.