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Porticus Imago is a hall at Hogwarts Castle. Given this room's name, it may contain portraits and/or be a popular meeting place for ghosts. However, it is possible that it was named after Inigo Imago, author of The Dream Oracle. The hall can be seen on the Marauder's Map.
Behind the scenes
- This hall can only be seen on the official Marauder's Map replica made by the Noble Collection.
- A "Porticus" is an entrance-porch of a church. "Imago" is a Latin noun meaning "image", "picture" or "representation", but it may also mean "echo", "ghost", "apparition".