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Visconti saw the outlines of a figure, which he held to be belonging to one of the Corybantes "nell’azione consueta di percuotersi a vicenda gli scudi". Further a standing, bearded man. He is dressed only in a subligaculum and holds in his outstretched l.h. a falx and in his r.h. a shovel (lea or Perses).
Further a raven (by Visconti taken for an owl); near it a cock and in front of it a scorpion.
In the centre of the aisle a serpent with a crest on the head and