The whole northern transept, with its profusion of scenes, is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Though it is in essence a mirror-image of the southern transept, the sheer mass of decoration and number of statues (over one-hundred) make of this Renaissance work a highly charged and busy ensemble.
Here too, the scenes are divided into a lower and an upper part.
In the lower right area is the scene of the Extasy of Our Lady;
in the lower center, the entombment of Our Lady.
Above this scene, the triumph of the Mary; and on the upper right, the Virgin of the Apocapypse.
A fifth scene (not visible in this photo) represents Jesus teaching the doctors of the Temple.
We will follow this order.