Widespread Museum

October 28, 2011

Church of S Eusebio

This church is located about 3 kilometers from the center of Ronciglione (on the Cassia Cimina road) and dates back to the VII-VIII century A.D. It is divided into three naves. At the end of the naves there are some Romanesque molded tuff quoin columns which are still intact and an Etruscan sarcophagus bearing an inscription. Inside the nave are some graffiti left by the pilgrims as a tangible sign of their devotion. Thanks to these rare elements, the Church of Sant’Eusebio represents one of the most important early Christian monuments in the Tuscia territory.