The New Mithraeum
13 Oct 2023
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The obverse shows the representation of Mithras slaying the bull. Only a part of the flying cloak and a fragment of the tunic have been preserved. His foot stands on the hoof of the bull, whose tail ends in ears. The scorpion is at the testicles.
The reverse shows the scene of a repast. Visible is the upper part of Mithras' body, who reclines