Chessmen of Lewis. The font can be dated at the beginning - or possible a bit later - in the 12th century. It had been given free loan by the museum in Assen and that is why we can admire it 'in situ'. In the museum of Assen, six more Romanesque fonts can be viewed.
At the back of the church in the choir, two sarcophagusses can be seen, sunk in the pavement. They date from the 12th/13th century. These sarcophagusses were used to let the corpse of a human decay. Sarca phagein = eating meat. After the decaying of the corpse, it was situated elsewhere. These sarcophagusses originally laid outside the church with the cover on the upside.