Head of Greek marble (H. 0.46), found near the cult niche i [in the Mithraeum of the animals]. Head with long curly hair in which seven holes have been made for fastening rays. A Phrygian cap, which was found later on, belongs to this head, certainly a head of Mithras tauroktonos.
Visconti in Mon. 1st. VIII, PI. LX, 4; Benndorf-SchOne, No. 547; MMM II 417, fig. 548 and 523 fig. 490; Cumont in RA 1947, 4ff with figs. 1-3; Becatti, 91 and PI. XXXI, 2-3. Lateran Museum.