(canton of Fécamp, Seine-Maritime)
Abbey church of the Trinity
Tomb of the Dukes of Normandie
The sculpted bas-reliefs of scenes from the life of Christ preserved in the choir are from a later period than the Romanesque. They were probably part of the tomb in which Henry II Plantagenet deposited the remains of Dukes Richard I and Richard II in 1162, thereby marking his affinity with the Norman dynasty and with one of its principle sanctuaries.
Musset, Lucien. - Normandie romane : Haute-Normandie. - La
Pierre-Qui-Vire, Zodiaque, 1987, II, p. 26-27
- Bellamy, David ; Pouge, Françoise. - L'abbatiale de la Trinité de Fécamp. - Condé-sur-Noireau, Ch. Corlet, 1992