This damaged female saint is facing west on the central arch of the northern arcade and was photographed before cleaning.
This damaged female saint is facing east on the central arch of the northern arcade and was photographed before cleaning.
This figure is facing St. Catherine and the west on the westernmost arch of the northern arcade but although generally well-preserved, the inscription naming the saint has not survived. This picture was taken before the image was cleaned.
This shows the west end of the southern arcade of the nave with St. Bacchus and the elect with an unidentified saint between the arch and window, the evangelist Mark and the remains of St. George.
This figure faces west under the most westerly arch of the southern arcade. The identification is unclear, but this is the only female saint to be shown with her hair uncovered and appears to represent an aristocratic or imperial figure. This picture was taken shortly before the painting was cleaned and consolidated.
This saint faces St. Elizabeth as a west facing image underneath the central arch on the southern arcade. The bottom part dates from the third level of fresco, but the top section is more damaged and the first cycle is revealed. This picture was taken before the painting was cleaned and consolidated.
This figure faces south and is on the northern pier adjoining the west wall. The figure is wearing the distinctive monastic hood of a Syrian Orthodox monk and carries a cross with one hand raised in blessing. The Syriac inscription is too damaged for the saint to be identified. Above the saint are people who are presumed to be members of pagan cults destined for hell.
The north west spandrel has St.Luke the evangelist above it and damaged female saints are visible underneath the arches.
This small saint is inserted between St. Bacchus to the west and a damaged figure believed to have been St. George to the east. Its diminutive size is because it is sandwiched between the highest part of an arch and a window in the clerestory.
The south west corner of the chapel with a depiction of the equestrian St. Bacchus above a collection of saints ascending to heaven as they are on the side of the elect on the Last Judgement scene that dominates the west wall of the chapel. To the east of St. Bacchus is a small unidentified saint squeezed between the arch and a window.