White marble statue (H. 0.53-0.59 with base, Br. 0.25). London Museum, Inv. No. A 16932.
MMM II 390c and fig. 306; Wheeler, London Rom. Times, l.c. See fig. 219.
Standing person in long, hanging cloak, which leaves the upper part of the
body uncovered. Beside his l. foot the stem of a ship, floating on the waves. With
his l.h., which rests on a support he holds a cornucopia against his shoulder. With
the other hand he holds a patem above a burning altar, from the back of which a
serpent arises, entwining itself round the god's arm and then disappearing again
behind the altar (Bonus Eventus).