The building, probably built by Saint Antoninus in the 13th century, also had later additions: the nave and the staircase adjacent to the crossing date back to the 15th century. The church was renovated in the 19th century.
The chapel Saint-Martin de Rinhodes is located in Ols-et-Rinhodes, in Occitanie (Midi-Pyrénées). The chapel was initially a parish church attached to the diocese of Cahors until the Revolution and then became a rural chapel dependent on the bishopric of Rodez. Construction dates from the 11th-12th century, and currently the east and west walls remain from the period, as well as the pinnacle arcade on the west gable. The two side chapels give it a curious Greek cross plan.
The church of St. Anthony is dedicated to St. Anthony, the Egyptian whose body was brought back from Constantinople to La Motte aux Bois in the eleventh century. It is thought that in the 13th century the Baron de Calvinet founded the commandery of the hospital order of Saint-Antoine de Viennois on the site of the current church. Wars of religion contributed to the destruction of the hospital, with only the chapel of the Commandery surviving Calvinist destruction and the Revolution.