Mithras slaying the bull, whose tail is ending in two ears. The god wears a broad belt around his chest and he carries the dagger-sheath at his side. The dog with collar near the wound; a serpent creeps over the ground; the scorpion grasps the genitals; a lion lies on the ground; the raven is perched above Mithras' flying cloak. On either side of this scene a tree is represented. Behind the bull a fruitbearing tree.