1165Statue of Charlemagne
During the late fifteenth century the nave of the monastic church was roofed with a ribbed vault, supported by round columns.
The parapet of the cloister nuns’ gallery was built in dressed stone at around the same time as the western arched stoups. Stucco was used instead for the Proto-Romanic baptismal font’s relievo and for the full-size statue of Charlemagne, probably erected shortly after his sanctification. ? In the past the baptismal font had also served as an altar stand.