Marble relief (H. 0.56 Br. 0.37 D. 0.10), bought in Rome by Cumont from a dealer, who claimed to have found it "dans une vigne entre la Porta Portese et l’eglise Saint Pancrace". Musée Cinquantenaire (Jubelpark Museum), No. 59 (A 9096).
MMM II 480 No. 27bis and fig. 414; Cumont, Cat. Cinq., 76 No. 59 and fig. See fig. 162, kindly procured by the Direction of the Museum.
Only the upper part of the relief has been preserved. Mithras, slaying the bull. The god wears the dagger’s sheath on his back; he looks at the raven, which is perched on his flying cloak. The dog’s head and the