This 11th century mosaic is a fine example of classical art which represents the universe as seen by our medieval forebears. It was used as altar carpet in the St Nicolas Chapel (the bishop's private chapel) and also features medieval fresco and early 18th century painted wall paper.
From the Pole Star, the four great rivers of the earthly Paradise flow out from somewhat human-looking bulls' heads to irrigate the four points of the compass.
- History, culture and heritage :
A gem of Roman Art
- Tips for the photographer :
General views tolerated/ Detailed photographs not allowed
- Covid-19 special services :
Face mask compulsory for adults and young people from the age of 12
- Wash your hand with hand sanitiser available
- 4 people allowed in at any one time
- Keep to your right when you walk up the stairs and in the room
- Inside the room please:
- Do not touch the walls, the floor or sit on the benches
- Keep your distances with others
- Guided individual tours
- Guided group tours
- Home school groups
- Maximum size of the group : 15
From 16/06 to 15/09/2021, every Wednesday and Saturday between 10 am and 12 pm.
Canceled or closed because of Covid-19.
Full price: 2 €
Teenager (13-18 years): 2 €
Large family: 2 €
Group adults: 2 €.
Free entry for children < 12 years, teachers, the students, disabled people.
Group rate available for > 8 people.
2 € for OAPs and people on social benefits
Free for Culture and Heritage professionals.
Payment method : Cheque, Cash
Through Office de Tourisme du Pays Diois