Callimorphus, from Cesarea in Cappadocia, is known from the discovery of a Latin inscription on a column in 1888. He was the treasurer (arkarius) of the emperors' domains. According to this inscription, Callimorphus dedicated a statue or bust of the sun god to Sol Invictus Mithras, made for the salvation of Chresimus, an imperial slave and administrator of the same domains where he served. The period probably corresponds to the joint reign of Septimius Severus and Caracalla.
—Andreu Abuín, 2023.
Callimorphus dedicated this image of the sun god to the invincible sun 'Mythra'.