Apse Spire-G102

The spire is positioned in the apse area of the Terraces, towards the north-east. On top of it is a nineteenth century statue which can be dated to the second half of the 19th century, a period in which many spires in the area of the central Nave were decorated. The saint is probably a martyr, with a melancholy air, shown in prayer with his hands joined and fingers interlaced. He is represented as a young boy with long hair right down to his shoulders, wearing a tunic that leaves his chest and back uncovered but covers his left shoulder.