Remains of a barrel-vaulted tomb with the painted plaster "Stele" Of Isidora.

Isidora is shown as a feaster raising her cup (kantharos) in a libation to the Underworld deities. The central niche is flanked on the left by Hermes, who holds forth the cadeucas or magical, snake-entwined wand, by which the dead are led forth to the Underworld; on the right by the remains of a man reclining in a Nile boat, a survival of the ancient Egyptian conception of the "river journey" to the "city-of-the-dead," pictured in countless tombs and papyri.

Plaster painted in the fresco technique, i.e. tempera pigments applied while the plaster was half-dried.
C. AD 150