4 ROOM OF THE TRISKELION STATUE. This room is dominated by a three faced, three legged, and three armed marble statue. One face is scowling (east), one is laughing (northwest), and one is crying (southwest). The hands hold a staff, a sword and a nine tailed whip. Each head is wearing a forward pointing Phrygian style cap. The dressing is a skirt-like garment and the three masculine chests are bare. Indentations in the walls around the room were meant to hold eight metal rods, each about the size of a torch and each lit by a continual light spell. Only two remain. The floor is of polished gray marble, and the walls are made of similar stuff. The ceiling is white plaster and is eighteen feet high.