The ruins of the choir of the former church of Saint-Sauveur-de-Pierrepont are located in the cemetery. The sculpted decoration is remarkable with bases showing animal heads, and two inlayed plaques at the entrance to the choir, representing the two evangelists: saint Mark, in the form of a lion, whose paws are placed on a book, and saint Matthew under an arch, also holding a book.
Lucien. Normandie romane, Zodiaque, La Pierre-Qui-Vire, 1987, T. I,
- Les siècles romans en Basse-Normandie, Art de Basse-Normandie, n° 92, Printemps 1985, p. 128