Church St. Proculus, first half of the 7th century
Altar in the church St. Proculus, gothic frescoes, 14th century.
Saint Proculus, supposed to be escaping from Verona on a kind of swing, romanesque frescoe, 7th (to 9th) century, southern wall. Noteworthy is the grip of the hands, they are in front of the rope.
So called procession of the cattle, romanesque frescoe, 7th (to 9th) century, southern wall. Notable is the distorted perspective, the cattle in the background are taller than the cattle in front.
Romanesque Friezes in a corner of the church
Romanesque frescoes of angels, 7th century
Fresco of an angel, carrying a staff with a cross, also with a "wrong" grip.
Detail of a romanesque frieze, 7th century
Gothic fresco showing Adam working with a plough after his expulsion from paradise, on the outer wall
Gothic fresco (dated 1490) showing the last supper
Gothic fresco showing St. Mary and child
Old graffitti in the outside of the church St. Proculus
Church St. Proculus, Naturns, with frescoes and paintings. The romanesque frescoes are probably the oldest frescoes in german-speaking areas. The age of the frescoes is still under discussion, but in newer literature they are in general dated in the 7th century.
Comment There are several periods on these images. It would be helpful if the dates are given in the captions. --Archaeodontosaurus (talk) 05:50, 8 September 2012 (UTC)
Support. The church and frescos are valuable, one of oldest in Europe. Criteria met -- George Chernilevskytalk 20:12, 24 September 2012 (UTC)
Support. Shows well exterior and interior views and also painting details. It's a good set about the church. Its useful also to have dates of every fresco detail and some comments about the content. --Dvdgmz (talk) 18:52, 25 September 2012 (UTC)