Grave stone from the roman era - Via Claudia Augusta
At Hochhueben Hof farm in Parcines/Partschins, a feudal holding of the Salzburg Bishops dating to the 14th century, a Roman gravestone has been built into the front wall of the house on the right side next to the entrance. An officer of the customs station in Tell/Töll did this to immortalize his firstborn son, who died only 21 years and 11 months old.
The letters D.M. on the seal (Dis manibus – the gods of death) and the manner of execution of the lettering appear to date to the first half of the 2nd century AD.
Roman tombs and coins have also been found across the courtyard.
Parking is available at the church (next to the typewriter museum), and the parking area, the bus terminal point (parking 1 hour parking disc, underground parking max. 8 hours)
10 minutes to walk to the Hubenstraße.