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Tauroctony marble from Mitreo Fagan
The sculpture has an inscription where Mithras is called the undiscoverable deity.
CIMRM 310, 311
SIG(num) INDEPREHENSIVILIS DEI C(aius) VALERIVS HERACLES SACERDOS S(ua) P(ecunia) P(osuit)
L(ucius) SEXTIVS KARVS ET
The Mitreo Fagan revealed remarkable sculptures of leon-headed figures now exposed at the Vatican Museum.
Aion of York
The statue was found in 1874 under the city wall of York during the construction of the railway station.
CIMRM 833, 834
D(eo) ... / Vol(usii) Ire[naeus et] / Arimaniu[s posuerunt]
Oceaunus of Mérida
The sculpture of Oceanus in Merida bears an inscription by the Pater Patrorum Gaius Accius Hedychrus.
CIMRM 778, 779
G(aius) Acc(ius) Hedychrus / p(ater) patrum
Petrogeny of Sibiu
As usual, the solar god rises a dagger with one of his hands while emerges from the rock.
Venus of Mérida small sculpture
The lack of attributes and its decontextualisation prevent us from attributing a specific Mithraic attribution to this small Venus pudica from Mérida.
Aion of Mérida
The Aion-Chronos of Mérida was found near the bullring of the current city, once capital of the Roman province Hispania Ulterior.
Aesculapius of Merida
This standing sculptural figure from Mérida appears to carry the serpent staff, characteristic of the medicine god Aesculapius.
Cautes of Mérida
This nude male figure, found at Cerro de San Albín, Mérida, has been identified as Cautes.
Aion of Villa Albani
White marble statue of Lion-head god of time, formerly in the Villa Albani, nowadays in the Musei Vaticani.