An icon of the baptism of Jesus Christ in the River Jordan. Jesus Christ is shown naked except for a piece of cloth round the lower part of his body. John the Baptist, who is performing the baptism, is standing on the riverbank on the right-hand side of Jesus, and has placed his hand on the head of Jesus.
A marble head depicts a man, with short hair, a long beard, and a moustache. The form of the statue indicates that he is a philosopher from Alexandria, for the city was full of intellectuals and philosophers in the Hellenistic period.
A statue showing the upper part of the god Serapis, who is wearing the Greek chiton and a cloak that hangs from his left shoulder. The hairstyle is conventional with abundant thick curls; the beard and moustache are also curly. The statue was formed of several parts that were joined when they were completed.