Arpocras had the exedra made, Fructus donated the mosaic between the benches; both may have been slaves. L. Aemilius Eusc(– – –) fulfilled his vow to the Iuppiter Sabazius; the mithraeum of the beginning of the 3rd century, located in a part of a horreum, owes its modern name to this consecration.
The mosaic bears an inscription indicating the name of the owner.
- Manfred Clauss (1992) Cultores Mithrae. Die Anhangerschaft Des Mithras-Kultes