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Monuments, temples and other objects related to Mithras labelled with serpens.

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    Lion-headed figure of Mérida

    The lion-headed figure, Aion, from Mérida, wears oriental knickers fastened at the waist by a cinch strap.

    CIMRM 776

    From Spain

  • Monumentum

    Aion from Vienne, France

    The relief of Aion from Vienne includes a naked youth in Phrygian cap holding the reins of a horse.

    CIMRM 902

    From France

  • Monumentum

    Taurcotony sculpture from Sidon

    The Mithras killing the bull sculpture from Sidon, currently Lebanon.

    CIMRM 76

    From Lebanon

    Φλ. Γερόντιος, πατὴρ νόμιμος τῶν τελετῶν τοῦ θεοῦ εὐχαριστῶν αφιερωσάτω τῷ φ̕ ἔτει.
  • Monumentum

    Mitra de Cabra

    The Mithras of Cabra is the only full preserved Tauroctony sculpture found in Spain yet.

    CIMRM 771

    From Spain

  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of the Mitreo delle Sette Sfere

    The relief of Mithras slaying the bull from the Mithraeum of the Seven Spheres was discovered in 1802 by Petirini by order of Pope Pius VII.

    CIMRM 245, 246

    From Italy

    A. Decimius A(uli) f(ilius) Pal(atina) Decimianus s(ua) p(ecunia) restituit. // A. Decimius A(uli) f(ilius) Pal(atina) Decimianus aedem / cum suo pronao ipsumque deum solem Mithra / et marmoribus...
  • Monumentum

    Mithras riding a horse from Neuenheim

    Mithras galloping, in a cypress forest, carrying a globe in one hand and accompanied by a lion and a snake.

    CIMRM 1289

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    Aion of Villa Albani

    White marble statue of Lion-head god of time, formerly in the Villa Albani, nowadays in the Musei Vaticani.

    CIMRM 545

    From Italy

  • Monumentum

    Tauroctonia del Cortile del Belvedere

    White marble relief depicting Mithras slaying the bull, dedicated by Atimetus.

    CIMRM 546, 547

    From Italy

    Soli invicto deo / Atimetus Aug(ustorum) n(ostrorum) ser(vus) act(uarius) praediorum Romaniarorum.
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of the Loggia Scoperta

    Currently in the Musei Vaticani, this Tauroctony includes Mithras's birth restored as Venus anaduomene.

    CIMRM 556, 625

    From Italy

    Val(erius) Marinus pater sign(um) ǀ Invicti Mitrhe ex voto po(suit).
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of Santa Maria Capua Vetere

    The main fresco of the Mithraeum of Santa Maria Capua Vetere portrays Mithras slaughtering a white bull.

    CIMRM 181

    From Italy

  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony on altar of Ptuj

    Remarkable fragmentary sculpture of Mithras slaying the bull on an inscribed altar found in Mithraeum III at Ptuj.

    CIMRM 1589, 1590

    From Slovenia

    D(eo) S(oli) i(nvicto) M(ithrae) / pro (sa) salute /canaliclari / et actariorum /et codicarior(um) / et librariorum / leg(ionum) V M(acedonicae) et XIII g(eminae) / Gallienarum.
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of Fellbach

    This relief of Mithras killing the bull, now on display in Stuttgart, includes a small altar with a sacrificial knife and an oil lamp.

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    Relief de Bourg-Saint-Andéol

    The low relief of Bourg-Saint-Andéol depicting Mithras killing the bull has been chiseled on the rock.

    CIMRM 896, 897

    From France

    Num[ini] . . . . V . . | deum Invictum | T Fur(ius) Iu[stus?] d(e) s(ua) p(ecunia) f(ecit).
  • Monumentum

    Aion of Mitreo Fagan

    The marble Aion from the lost Mithraeum Fagan, Ostia, now presides the entrance to the Vatican Library.

    CIMRM 312, 313

    From Italy

    C. Valeri/us Heracles pat(er) / et C(aii) Valerii / Vitalis et Nico/mes sacerdo/tes s(ua) p(e)c(unia) p(o)s(ue)r(unt). / D(e)d(icatum) idi(bus) aug(ustis) im(peratore) / Com(odo) / VI et /...
  • Monumentum

    Gnostic amulet with Mithras monogram

    This silver amulet depicts Abraxas on one side and the first verses of the Book of Genesis in Hebrew on the other.

  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony from the Mithräum von Heddernheim

    This relief is so well-known that it has been reproduced in nearly every handbook of archaeology and of history of religions.

    CIMRM 1083

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    Two-sided relief from Rückingen

    This remarkable double-sided relief depicts the myth of Mithras and the Tauroctony on one side, and a scene of Mithras the hunter and the banquet of Mithras and the Sol on the other.

    CIMRM 1137

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    Intaglio with Tauroctony from Munich

    This heliotrope gem, depicting Mithras slaying the bull, dates from the 2nd-3rd century, but was reused as an amulet in the 13th century.

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    Intaglio with Mithras and Kabiros

    This intaglio with Mithras killing the bull on one side and Kabiros on the other was probably used as a magical amulet.

    CIMRM 2366

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    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.

    CIMRM 335

    From Italy