[Lescar Cathedral from the north-west, photographed by me, 2014]
["Tombe rois Navarre," photographed by Jibi44, source: Wikimedia Commons]
[Floor mosaic from the north side of the apse,12th century or Gallo-Roman]
[photographed by Jibi44, Source: Wikimedia Commons]
[Floor mosaic from the south side of the apse, 12th century or Gallo-Roman]
[photographed by me, 2014]
*If one wanted to be really technical about things one would actually call it a “proto-cathedral” because it’s no longer the seat of a bishop, but almost nobody cares to be that specific. It was at one point the seat of a bishop. Therefore, most people call it a cathedral.
**What a name.
La Cathédral de Lescar - Notre Dame en Béarn (Note: This website is all in French. Even if you don't read French, it has some photos worth looking at.)
Lescar Cathedral - Wikipedia
Cathédral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption de Lescar - Wikipedia
Gui de Lons - Wikipedia (Note: I link to the French article here and not the English one because the latter has no information of interest.)
Lescar - Wikipedia (French article)
Lescar - Wikipedia (English article. Once again, the French article has more and better information.)
I also have some photographs of one of the informational placards put up by the Tourist Office of Lescar if anyone wants to see them.