Readers of this blog know that much of my walking takes place in a magnificent nearby cemetery.
These four statues grace the front of a rather large mausoleum and I need help identifying them. You can probably enlarge them with a click.
The furthest to the left carries a staff around which a snake (s?) entwines itself and seems to be topped off by wings ~ which I believe makes him Hermes to the Greeks, Mercury to the Romans, messenger of the gods The next carries a cornupcopia (Demeter ~ goddess of agriculture?), and the third, a vase. The fourth (to the immediate left), with his scroll, helmet, and thinker's pose, appears to me to be Moses.
Those of you claiming literacy in western classical and Biblical traditions, feel free to weigh in!