Mithras dressed in tunic and long shoulder-cape is standing next to an altar. He holds in his l.h. a bow and in his r.h. an indistinct object (arrow?). The head and the feet are lost (water-miracle). Next to his r.leg is a vase.
Behn, 29, No. 3 and fig 28; Esp. Rec. Germ., 168 No. 248. See fig. 326.
Found in the pit of the Mithraeum, Dieburg (Germany)
- Current location
Museum Schloss Fechenbach Dieburg (Germany)
- Dimensions H. 39 W. 22 D. 7.5 cm
- Material Sandstone
- Canonical URI
- CIMRM 1249