Mithras in ochreous tunic and red cloak as bull-killer. Snake creeping over the ground, dog near the wound; scorpion on the usual place. The background is rocky; in it on the left side the raven and in the middle above Mithras' head a bust, coming out of the rock (Saturn). On either side of this main scene a column with capitals of foliage, supporting the arch of the grotto. On these columns Cautes (r) and Cautopates (l) are represented, holding with both hands their torches. They do not stand cross-legged.
Mithraeum of Memphis (Kom Dafbaby), Hermopolis, Aegyptusالأشمونين, El Ashmunein (Egypt)
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- CIMRM 91