A seven-branched menorah flanked on either side by a column is carved on the left wall of the passageway. The columns support an architrave. The menorah occupies the entire area between the columns, from the floor to the architrave. Its branches issue from a central stem which widens towards the bottom and ends in a broad ring. The ring is set inside a round depression at the top of the base. The base is square and decorated with vertical lines in the center. The column on the left is set on a square pedestal and is crowned with a round capital. The column on the right is set on a pedestal and has no capital.
Location: Israel, Beth She'arim, Catacomb 1, Hall G.
Site: Beth She'arim, Catacomb 1, Hall G, passageway between Rooms II and III.