A capital from the Sant Pere de Camprodon Monastery with the representation of eight male figures, seven monks and an abbot, dressed in long robes and barefooted. Of the eight figures, five hold an open book in their hand; another holds a container, perhaps a reliquary, and the last one carries a crosier the staff of bishops or abbots. The eight figures encircle the entire capital, as if in a procession. The continuity in the scene that surrounds all the faces of the capital suggests its undefined location, perhaps from a cloister linked to the Camprodon Monastery. Traces of polychromy still remain visible, as was common in Romanesque sculpture. In addition to protecting the stone, the paint emphasised the educational and symbolic function of the sculptures.