Part of the September challenge.
Tombs of the Naruth
Room Three: Hallway
Leads from the right-hand door of the entrance.
A L-shaped room, with two doors leading out.
This room bends out of sight to the left, and there is another stone door immediately on the left-hand wall. Faded mosaics cover the wall to the right, following the bend of the room. The room is dry and dusty, with no sign of water damage.
The mosaics are faded, cracked with missing pieces, but overall are in remarkable good condition. It seems to tell of a ceremony, where a human man is chained to a table and has his eyes plucked out. A small, tentacle-covered thing (looks a bit like a jelly-fish) is then pushed into the head via the missing eyes.
The eyes are then sewn-up, the man released and dressed in a hooded robe. He then joins a line of others in similar robes. The people performing the ceremony are all robed men, with their eyes sewn-shut.
Around the corner is another door, this on the right-hand wall just before the mosaic ends. It has a pictorial of a pair of eyes carved in the centre. This door pushes open with ease.