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Chœur de l'église de Saint-Antoine-sur-l'Arrats - France
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L'église de Saint-Antoine porte le « T » (« tau ») des Antonins sur ses clefs de voûte et possède un reliquaire du saint en forme de bras. Sa porte d'influence mozarabe à trois voussures romanes reposant sur chapiteaux et colonnettes, le tympan est découpé en quatre lobes outrepassés.

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http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint-Antoine_(Gers)

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