The discovery of 3 lead sarcophagi during excavations at the Amiens Citadelle provides the opportunity to study the tombs within the context of the Gallo-Roman North necropolis of Samarobriva. These lead sarcophagi, together with those found in Amiens or Saleux, attest the existence of a workshop, whose production, influenced as it is by that of other provinces, and notably of Britain (England), prove that model-plaques were commercialized and circulated within the Roman Empire along the Roman roads.