Unlike the tombstones of his predecessors, Bishop Jan Lubrański’s tombstone was not a bronze plate, but rather a marble monument. This modification was among the first harbingers of the upcoming renaissance period. Credit for making the tombstone is given to the workshop of an Italian master who also oversaw the construction of Zygmunt Chapel on Wawel Hill. Bartolomeo Berecci carved the Bishop’s image in incredibly expensive marble brought from Hungary. The tombstone dates back to the early 16th-century.