The west doorway has been damaged and the extant sculpture is severely eroded; however, sufficient traces remain for us to recognize compositional similarities between these sculptures and those belonging to the cathedral of Sens.
The portal adjoined to the south flank of the nave, on the other hand, survives mostly intact. A representation of the Virgin, who is both enthroned and crowned, occupies the central zone of the rounded tympanum. In all likelihood a sculpture of the infant Christ was initially perched on her lap. Two genuflecting angels, both censing with their right hands and carrying incense boats in their left, surround the Virgin. Two figures, much smaller in scale than those just described, appear to be founders, both of them evidently ecclesiastical figures. A foliate band frames this scene, running along the arch of the doorway.
The closest stylistic comparisons to the figures in this portal -- their faces round and serene and their drapery falling in trough-like formations -- can be found in the figure of Saint Ulphe on the western frontispiece at the cathedral of Amiens, or in the figures adorning the jambs of the Calixtus portal at the cathedral of Reims. The presence of founder figures in the tympanum is a rare occurrence, with one significant known antecedent at Chartres.
Sauerländer has dated the portal on the south flank of the nave to the 1220s.