“DO THIS IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME.” The table that stood at the center of the prayer hall was probably the trapeza, or Eucharist table. Trapeza means “dining table” in Greek. Early Christians participated in several forms of solemn meals: the Eucharist, remembering the sacrifice of Jesus; agape, or communal meals; and funerary meals. The trapeza that was set on the surviving podium in the center of the “prayer hall” may have resembled the one depicted in a first-century stone table found in Lambese, Algeria, a Third Roman Legion stronghold near the modern town of Tazoult-Lambese. It was found a century ago and is known only from this drawing. In the center of the table is a platter holding a fish, a common early Christian symbol (see “Jesus Christ, God’s Son, Savior”).