Date: 1566, 1578
Technique: Stone carving
The composition of the tombstone is based on a medieval scheme. In the corners of the tombstones are symbols of the evangelists in medallions. Between the medallions is the text band. In the centre of the tombstone is a coat of arms.
Inscription along the edges: Ano 15- d-/ ist selich,·vorscheiden Geor]g Wiburg d. y.y. / Ano 1566 den 29 1 [Dec. ist selich] gestorbe Else seine h[ausfraw]
15… yrs. … Georg Wiburg (Wiburg) died blissfully, may God have mercy on him. 1566 On December 29, Elsa, his wife, died blissfully.” Shield with scepter of Aesculapius. Armoured cap ornament – same between torn. Under it – a plaque with an inscription that cannot be deciphered anymore.
Georg Wiburg (Wieberg, Wyborch) served in the chancellery for 17 years and was sent on assignments abroad. 1563 On Michaelmas Day (September 29) he was appointed “for life” as the clerk of the lower court. Viborg is mentioned as a secretary already in 1561. 1572 he was Riga’s envoy to Emperor Maximilian II.