The gravestone of Ursicinus, dating from the 5th or 6th century AD. The inscription simply reads TETVLO URSICINI, "grave of Ursicinus." The central motif is the Christogram or Chi-Rho, formed from the first two letters of "Christ" in the Greek alphabet, along with the Alpha and Omega (first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, representing Christ as the beginning and the end).
Detail of the gravestone of Rignedrudis, from the 6th century AD. This stone originally belonged to an antique building and was reused In the Early Middle Ages as a gravestone. The Christogram (Chi Rho), palm branch and pecking birds are Christian symbols.