In 2006, the construction of the round of surrounding of Lucena's south zone put to the overdraft a cemetery of medieval epoch andalusí. There appeared approximately 346 tombs that they were adapting to the topography of the area in that the ritual of used burial was the burial, in the simple or double pit, sometimes with niche or lateral small cave covered with flagstones or tégulas Romans. The bony remains that determined an early medieval period of between the years 1000 and 1050 were coinciding with the dates of the major brilliance of the Jewish Lucena and they allowed to extract the relevant information it brings over of the way of life and funeral ritual of the Jewish community in this epoch. During these works there took place likewise the appearance of the only Jewish appeared tablet in a funeral structure in Andalusia and the second found one in Lucena. The tablet was containing Hebrew characters, and his chronology could be dated between the VIIIth and IXth century by the font, analyzed by the doctor in Semitic Philology Jordi Casonotas. The putting in a value of the Jewish Necropolis has supposed the fence perimetral of the enclosure, as well as the installation of different informative panels on the Jewish community in Spain, the Jewish Lucena, and his School Talmúdica or the reburials carried out in the place. Likewise, there has been attacked the recreation of four tombs to announce of didactic form four types of burials found in the churchyard. The installation of a source, given the water need for the process of purification that the Sephardic community needs in this type of spaces, and the recreation of a wall of the lamentations.