This is a slab of white marble laying two entries, a Roman and a paleochristian ones. The written more visible and legible,dates back to the year 519 b.C.. It is a significant document of the spread of Christianity in the centuries of first evangelization of Novarese.
HIC REQVIESCIT IN PACE
AVCVSTA PARVVLA QVE
VIXIT IN SAECOLO ANNO
VNO ET MESES X ET DIES
XXIII ET DEPOSETA EST SVB DIE
IDVS IVLIAS INDICTIONE XII
FLAVIO EHVDERICO VIRO CLARISSIMO
The translating is following: “Here rests in peace the small Aucusta, who lived in the century a year, 10 months and 23 days, and was deposed here the day of IDI of July,the 12th call,under the excellent man, Consulate Flavio Euderico”.