Scholars such as Johannes Leipoldt propose depictions of Herakles capturing the hind Cerinea as one of the models used to represent Mithras sacrificing the bull
. Herakles was usually depicted naked, with one knee on the animal's back, while raising his muzzle with one hand, in a position similar to that of Mithras during tauroctony.
Another example below, from a sarcophagus front panel with the Labours of Heracles. Luni marble, Roman artwork from the middle 3rd century CE.
Sarcophagus with the Labours of Heracles: (left to right) the Nemean Lion, the Lernaean Hydra, the Erymanthian