On the left, an acrobatic feet-to-ears female with bulbous eyes,
and a "belt of strength" below her which girds part of another figure,
or a cylindrical column.
On the right, by a different sculptor, two figures (male and female ?) performing what seems to be an acrobatic, sexual act.
Two monks kissing.
Photos by M. Bullourde
and Joël Jalladeau
- as is this wimpled, feet-to-ears caryatid female at
...whose agonised expression and eyes (especially) prefigure several of the Irish figures.
Feet-to-ears exhibitionists can also be seen at Saint-Martin-de-Guizinieres...
...and La Capelle Bonance.
The non-exhibitionist feet-to-ears acrobat is a very common motif of sin on French Romanesque churches.