The south aisle contains a late Gothic statue of Saint Martin, dating back to the 17th century. Martin was the son of a Roman tribune. He was born around 316 in Sabaria in present-day Hungary and came to Gaul as a horseman, where he converted to Christianity and left the army. He was bishop of Tours and also died there. This wooden statue depicts Martin as a soldier on horseback as he cuts his cloak in half with his sword and gives half to a crippled beggar. According to legend, that same night he dreamed that Christ came to him dressed in the half he had given away.