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Dadóforo de Porta Portese
16 Jun 2009
Updated 16 Jun 2009

  • Estatua de Mitra o de un adepto del culto mitriaco.

    Estatua de Mitra o de un adepto del culto mitriaco.

  • Dadóforo de Porta Portese

    Dadóforo de Porta Portese
    The New Mithraeum / Andreu Abuín (CC BY-NC-SA) 


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Marble, Roman artwork, 2nd–3rd century CE. From a Mithraeum outside Porta Portese in Rome, 1785.

Torchbearer, restored as a Paris. It may appear from the attitude, that he held the torch downwards with both hands; not cross-legged. Restorations: parts of face and attire, of the l. foot and trunk; the l.h. entirely.

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