Here too, Lombard bands decorate the apse, but only the lower part of the belfry dates from the construction of the building.
The church is best known for its numerous Gallo-Roman funeral pillars in white marble built into the structure. They were originally used to mark the site of a tomb, and may carry an epitaph, sometimes a carved scene or even portraits of the dead. Cazaril has a remarkable example with the portraits of a couple carved magnificently in haut-relief. A cross carved tentatively above it is a reminder, however, that Christianity did not approve of this pagan heritage.