Mithras as a bullkiller. His flying cloak is adorned with seven stars around a crescent. The raven is seated on the bull's tail, which ends in three ears. The dog with collar and the serpent with their heads near the wound; the scorpion in the usual place. On the lower border the inscription No. 311. End of the second cent. A.D.
CIMRM 311CIL XIV 64; MMM II No. 138.
Mitreo Fagan, Ostia, Latium (Italia) Between the Tor Boacciana and the Palazzo Imperiale, Ostia (Italy)
- Current location
Musei Vaticani  Roma (Italy)
- Dimensions H. 84 W. 142 D. cm
- Dating late 2nd century
- Material Marble (white)
- Canonical URI
- CIMRM 310, 311
- CIL XIV 64