The second chorus of the ancient Suryan Church has also important murals: the frescoes of Saints Sewerus and Dioscorus
Actually, at the far eastern wall of the second chorus of the Suryan Church, and on a column from the northern side, there is a painting of a person standing in monastic clothes with some ritual writings on them. This person wears a monastic head cover and priestly clothes decorated with images of Christ and six saints, and around him, there are two angels. There is a belief that this scene represents Pope Dioscorus, the 25th Patriarch of Alexandria.
On another column of the wall from the southern side, there is a painting of St. Sewerus of Antioch, which has only some details: the edges of a standing person wearing monastic clothes.