Date: 1433, 17th century.
Technique: stone hammer
Dimensions, mm: 2150 x 1550
Tombstone of Vicar Johann Mumbarch
In the centre of the tombstone is the figure of a clergyman holding a chalice in his left hand. In the upper left corner next to the head is a house mark with the initials HM. Traces of a carved lily can be seen below. Medallions with evangelists are poorly visible in all four corners of the tombstone.
Inscription in Gothic minuscule on the perimeter of the tombstone, interrupted at the corners by medallions with the evangelists.
Anno dni.m.cccc.rrriii i die abdii z leuiteu obiit dns iohannes de mumbarch. hui’ eceie vicarus e’ aia req i pa (hujus ecclesia vicarius, cujus anima requisscat in pace).