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The carved decoration of the 12C-14C cloisters is most remarkable, in particular that of the capitals and the magnificent corner pillars in the north gallery (on the left on entering). Those in the east gallery, next to the refectory, depict the Life of Christ and those in the south gallery relate that of St Trophimus. The west gallery focuses on typically Provençal subjects such as St Martha and the Tarasque. The south gallery leads to the cloisters, chapter house, church nave and sturdy bell tower.