Monumentum

Cautes Borcovicus

The head this statue of Cautes from Carrawburgh has been lost.
 
 
PublishedThe New Mithraeum
16 Jun 2009
Updated on 18 Jan 2022
 
 

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Stone relief (H. 1.00), found in the niche (1822). On a base stands Cautes in Eastern attire; cross-legged. He raises his torch with both hands. Head lost.

Hodgson in Archaeologia Aeliana, 1, p.290, No. 2 with fig.; Hist. North., 192, Pl. LVI, 48; MMM II No. 273c and fig. 314; Bruce, Lap. Sept., 100 No. 192. See fig. 225.
 
 

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