The temple of Kom Ombo is of the later period, largely Ptolemaic, and is unusual in that it celebrates two gods. One side of the temple is dedicated to Harwer (Horus the elder), the other side to Sobek. Harwer is a different Horus than that of Edfu, and in fact there are perhaps a dozen different aspects of Horus represented in temples across Egypt. In the later period of history, this became a healing center as evidenced by the inscriptions along the back wall. One panel details medical instruments, while others have some graffiti and crude drawings perhaps left by impatient and worried family members. A small enclosure near the entrance to the temple houses some mummified crocodiles and other animals found in the ruins. There is a crocodile necropolis not far from the main temple, although this is not open to the public.