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Isis and Serapis
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View of a relief carved into the stones on the northern façade of Hadrian’s Granary.  This image shows two Egyptian deities: Isis reclining on a couch (left) and Serapis standing.  Between them is a griffin and on the right side of the image is a snake.

A Greek inscription is carved into the stone below, the one that a modern thief has chipped away at—evidently hoping to remove one or both of these artifacts.

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For a brief description of Andriace and a map Click Here.