As a dependency of the abbey of Jumièges attested as from the 11th century, the church of Saint-Aubin in Ouézy has retained a choir supported by 12th century buttresses, with capitals and cornice brackets that are worthy of interest. The church above all presents an atypical sculpted decoration: a person lying down forms the lintel of a door on the north side of the choir.
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Calvados, Hardel, Caen, 1859, p. 525 à 527
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