Two fragments of white marble, flat serving bowls (high quality craftsmanship and polished surfaces). These bowls belong to a prominent type of serving vessels. Utilized in liturgical rites they have been found in sixth century contexts in many of the churches excavated in Israel; fragment of a large, white marble, round basin 15 cm in diameter and ca. 12 cm deep; an installation for decanting liquid, of local limestone, and consisting of two attached basins. A cross engraved in high relief attests to the installation’s liturgical use.