Petrogeny of Santo Stefano Rotondo
The sculpture of Mithras rock-birth from Santo Stefano Rotondo bears an inscription of Aurelius Bassinus, curator of the cult.
Petram genetricem / Aur(elius) Bassinus aedituus / principiorum cast(rorum) pereg(rinorum) / dedicavit hoc in loco et d(ono) d(edit) / antistante A(ulo) Caedicio / Prisciano eq(uite) R(omano) patre
Fresco Tauroctony of Mitreo di Marino
The importance of the Mithraeum of Marino lies in its frescoes, the most significant of which is that of Mithras slaying the bull, surrounded by mythological scenes.
Tauroctony of Patras
The Tauroctony of Patras was found years before the temple over which the relief of Mithras sacrificing the bull was supposed to preside.
Soli invic/to milites/ ..... uist/ .... esarcus
Tauroctony bronze of Szőny
Szony's bronze plate shows Mithra slaying the bull and the seven planets with attributes at the bottom of the composition.
This is the earliest known sculpture of a Roman Mithraic tauroctony.
Alcimus T. Cl(audi) Liviani ser(vus) vilic(us) S(oli) M(ithrae) v(otum) s(olvit) d(onum) d(edit)
Tauroctony of Ottavio Zeno
The relief of Mithras slaying the bull by Ottavio Zeno is lost, but two tablets of Cautes and Cautopates, which were part of the same ensemble, has been exposed at the Louvre.