CIMRM 11Tablet of terracotta. Together with the following No. from a grave at Glinitschtsche, Kertsch. Formerly at Leningrad, Ermitage, dep. Kertsch No. 893d; actually Museum Odessa (H. 0.139 Br. 0.105).
Stark, Mithrassteine Dormagen, 18 and Pl. III; MMM II 19lf No. 5 and fig. 17; Derewitzky, Odessa 10f with Pl. V, 1; Saxl, Mithras, 13 and fig. 40. See fig. 2.
Mithras dressed in a pair of trousers and a jacket, leaving the stomach and genitals uncovered, keeps a buffalo-like bull under control with one knee, grasping one of its horns with the l.h.