Opposite the Chapel of Saint Rosalia is that of another important saint of the family, Oderisio, thirty-ninth abbot of the monastery of Montecassino, where he was buried in 1105. The statue of Saint Oderisio was the work of Queirolo almost certainly in the same year as the plaque, i.e. in 1756, most probably the date of the monument to Saint Rosalia.
Saint Oderisio is portrayed in a mystic demeanour, kneeling on a cushion next to which lies his cardinal’s hat. The inspiration of the piece emerges above all in the line of the drapery and the vibrant pictorial description. While apparently outside the general allegorical scope of the Chapel, the monuments dedicated to the two main saints of the household confirm, however, the Prince of Sansevero’s intention to celebrate his lineage.