main section is transversally rectangular and barrel vaulted, whereas the
extended space to the south, which houses the graves, has a flat ceiling.
The apse was hollowed out of the long wall on the left and the church was
left uncompleted. The entrance to the church is from the north. Portraits
of the respected saints of Cappadocia are on either side of the vault.
The church dates back to the 11th century.
Scenes: Opposite the entrance is a portrait of Jesus holding the Bible
in his left hand. The donor of the church is pictured beside Jesus.
On the east side of the vault are St. Onesimus, St. George and the Dragon,
St.Theodore, and Helena holding the True Cross with her son Constantine
the Great. On the west of the vault is the long haired, naked St. Onuphoius
behind a palm tree, with St. Thomas in a sanctitying position beside
him, and St. Basil holding a book.