Two cremated burials from the 1st century were found in the town of Ginchy (80) during archaeological testing, carried out by Inrap in 2017. This funeral complex developed in the north of the town between two valleys. These two graves are located in a visibly quadrangular enclosure where one of them has very singular internal architecture: a path in the center of the pit. The assemblage consists of twenty-eight vases, an iron object and a perfume flask. The composition of this material and the internal organisation of the graves allow us not only to identify the treatment reserved for the deceased but also to understand a very codified ritual where the banquet seems to hold an important place. This data gives us a new look at the funerary practice in the 1st century of our era in the Viromenduen territory. Traduction : John LYNCH