I decided to post these eight photos as a slide show. I don't have a lot to say about any of them, and my quick and dirty research hasn't turned up much. Still, they are worth looking at. The sidshow runs for about two minutes. You'll notice a gory image of the beheading of John the Baptist in mid-show.
In the first photo in the show, I think the bishop (I assume he is one — maybe he's Saint-Honoré, who was the bishop of Amiens some 1,500 years ago) looks an awful lot like the late socialist president of the French Republic, François Mitterrand. Is that Jack Lang (Quel bel homme !) he's talking to? I wonder if the piece was restored in the 1990s, when they were in power. And could that be, Donald Trump in the next-to-last picture, disguised as a priest?
I'm not sure where I took the photo of the painting of an Amiens scene featuring the cathedral. It must have been inside the church. By the way, the current president of France, Emmanuel Macron, was himself born in Amiens, in 1977.