Tauroctony of Asciano
The marble Tauroctony of Asciano, Siena, was donated by Franz Cumont to the Academia Belgica, Rome.
Tauroctony of St. Andrä vor dem Hagenthale
The votive image was donated by a certain Verus for a mithraeum which was probably located in the hinterland of the Limes.
D(eus) I(nvictus) M(ithras) VERUS PRO SALUTE / COMACIA(E) ET COM(MAGENORUM) V(otum) S(olvit) L(ibens) M(erito)
Tauroctony relief exposed at the Hermitage Museum
The relief marble of Mithras sacrifying the bull, exposed on the Hermitage Museum comes from Rome.
D(onum) deo invicto d(ederunt) / Marci Matti / Fortuna/tus / et Alexander / et Pardus / et Eficax / per Fl(avio) Alexandro patre.
Tauroctony of Dragus
The tauroctonic relief from Dragus includes a naked flying figure that Vermaseren has identified as Phosporus or Lucifer.
Tauroctonia del Cortile del Belvedere
White marble relief depicting Mithras slaying the bull, dedicated by Atimetus.
Soli invicto deo / Atimetus Aug(ustorum) n(ostrorum) ser(vus) act(uarius) praediorum Romaniarorum.
Mitra de Cabra
The Mithras of Cabra is the only full preserved Tauroctony sculpture found in Spain yet.