The church in Vöhingen, dedicated
to the oriental soldier-saints Sergios and Bacchos, is mentioned
in documents and in field-names. Excavations revealed four
building phases; the first, a wooden, posthole construction was
followed by a rectangular building with stone foundations. Later
the east wall was partially demolished to add an apse.
The next phase consisted of the enclosing
of this apse through construction of a wall immediately to the
west of it; it remains unclear whether this was because of major
rebuilding at the time or because the west end of the church was
falling into ruin.
The last phase was a general
reconstruction to produce a rectangular ground plan, with the
chancel the same width as the nave. The massive foundations may
indicate a tower at the east end, above the chancel.