The Selus Stone - St Just Church
SELUS IC IAC-T, which translates as 'here lies Selus'. Selus, who lived in the sixth century, is also known as St Seleven, Selyf, St Levan or Seloman. He is thought to have been the brother of St Just and the Grandson of King Gerrant. On the other side of the stone is an early representational form of the cross, known as a Chi Rho cross. St Just church is an Anglo-Catholic church located just behind the main square.