Cha – CHING!
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Amiens (Cathédrale Notre-Dame d’Amiens) is the tallest complete cathedral in France, reaching a height of 138.8 ft and an interior space of 260,000 cu yd. Built between 1220 and 1270, it is renowned for the quality and quantity of early 13th century Gothic sculpture. The Chapelle Notre-Dame de Puy dates from the 17th century with a great altarpiece with a painting of the Assumption of the Virgin by Francis Francken the Younger (1628).
The altarpiece by Blasset is topped by the Lady taking a child from a well. The second level depicts David and Solomon. The lower level St Genevieve and Judith. (Although during the Revolution, St Genevieve was transformed into the goddess of Reason with the table of Human Rights and the Citizen – and after the Revolution, transformed into Sibyl with the Tablets of the Law).
Thankfully, Judith was allowed to remain herself for reasons that are unknown. She also got to keep her gold sandals, gold sash, gold diadem and gold bracelet.
Although it appears she could use a manicure.