TabsImagesYour browser does not support iframes, but you can use the following link. Link Search Gallery Panoramas Search this Gallery VR Tour Your browser does not support iframes, but you can use the following link. Link Historical Images and Plans Search this Gallery Displaying 1 - 15 of 15 Description Date Begun ca. 1160 Plan Notre-Dame is an aisled basilica with no transept, terminating in three rounded apses to the east. The main arcade has an alternating system with an octopartite vault in the eastern-most straight bay and quadripartite vaults over the double bay units in the nave. The aisles are groin vaulted. Chronology Construction belongs to the second half of 12th century and into the early 13th. Significance This building shares characteristics with Saint-Quriace in Provins most notably the octopartite vault. Elevation Two-story elevation with arcade and clerestory. The exception is in the octopartite vault where there is an addition of a triforium. Original steeply pitched flying buttresses exist. Location BibliographySalet, F., "Voulton," Bulletin monumental, CII, 1944, 91-115.