Monumentum

Serapis head of Walbrook

The head of Serapis found at Walbrook, London, is decorated with stylised olive branches.
 
 
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14 Jun 2009
Updated on 15 Jan 2022
 
 

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Large marble head of Sarapis with modius, decorated with stylised olive-branches. In the same time a colossal right hand holding a part of a stick (oar?) was found.
 
 

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