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Only a few remnants are still visible. The center was occupied by the representation of Mithras as a bull-killer between the two dadophores. Mithras and Cautopates are not preserved, Cautes wears a radiate crown. The front-legs, the horns, genitals and part of the trunk of the bull are visible. Furthermore the head of the snake and part of a torch, pointing down. ''To the right and left of this scene were represented seven cypress trees and seven burning