In the middle of the relief the representantion of Mithras tauroctone. A part of the god's flying cloak with the raven are lost. The dog and the serpent with their heads near the wound; the scorpion at the testicles. On either side a torchbearer: Cautes (l) and Cautopates (r).
This main scene s surrounded by a broad circle, in which the signs of the Zodiac.
Mithraeum of London, Londinium, Britannia superior (Britannia) London (United Kingdom)
- Current location
Museum of London [A16933] London (United Kingdom)
- Dimensions H. 43.2 W. 50.8 D. 114 cm
- Discovery date 1889
- Material Marble (white)
- Canonical URI
- CIMRM 810, 811
- EDCS 07800228
- EDH HD069341
- RIB 3