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Monuments labelled with tauroctonia

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

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    Intaglio of chalcedony at the BnF

    This intaglio depicting Mithras killing the bull is preserved at the Bibliothèque national de France.

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    Tauroctony of the Villa Borghese

    This relief of Mithras slaying the bull was erected in Piazza del Campidoglio, moved to Villa Borghese and is now in the Louvre Museum.

    CIMRM 415, 416

    From Italy

    Nama Sebesio. / Deo Soli invict[o] Mitrhe (sic!) / C(aii) Aufidii Ianuarius [et…] Nam/a/ ne CS
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    Intaglio of Mithras Tauroctonus at the Walters Art Museum

    This ancient carnelian intaglio mounted in gold depicts Mithras slaying the bull surrounded by his companions Cautes and Cautopates.

    CIMRM 2367

    From Greece

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    Bronze plaque of Mithras slaying the bull

    Mithras Tauroctony on bronze exposed at the Metropolitan Museum of New York.

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    Tauroctonia de Walbrook

    The image of Mithras killing the bull, found near Walbrook, is surrounded by a Zoadiac circle.

    CIMRM 810, 811

    From United Kingdom

    Ulpius Silvanus / factis Arausione / emeritus leg(ionis) II aug(ustae) / votum solvit.
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    Tauroctony stele of Nicopolis ad Istrum

    The Tauroctony of Nicopolis ad Istrum is unique as it is the only Mithraic stele befitting a Greek donor.

    CIMRM 2264, 2265

    From Bulgaria

    Ἀγαθῆι τύχηι. Ἡλίῳ | Μίθρᾳ | θεῷ | ἐπηκόῳ || Αὐρ(ήλιος) | Μᾶρκος | γναφεὺς | τὸ συήλιον | σὺν τῇ || ζωγραφίᾳ |...
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    Tauroctony on display in Boston

    This fragmentary relief depicts Mithras killing the bull in the usual manner, remarkably dressed in oriental attire.

    From Italy

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    First Tauroctony relief of Dura Europos

    One of the reliefs of the Dura Europos tauroctonies includes several characters with their respective names.

    CIMRM 37, 38

    From Syria

    Ἔθφανει ἰστρατηγα
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    Tauroctony on display in Princeton

    This sculpture of Mithras killing the bull may come from Rome, probably found in 1919.

    CIMRM 605

    From Italy

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    Tauroctony on displya at the Getty Museum

    This fragmentary scupture of Mithras killing the bull belongs to the Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA.

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    Tauroctony on display in Virginia

    Rich relief on display at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art showing Mithras sacrificing the bull accompanied by Cautes and Cautopates.

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    Tauroctony exhibited at the Cincinnati Art Museum

    In the tauroctonic relief on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum, Mithras slaughters the bull over a rocky background.

    From Italy

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    Tauroctony of the Mitreo delle terme di Mitra

    The person who commanded the sculpture may have been M. Umbilius Criton, documented in the Mitreo della Planta Pedis.

    CIMRM 230, 231

    From Italy

    Κρίτων / Ἀθηναιος / έποίει.
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    Tauroctony of Absalmos

    The relief depict several unusual scenes from Mithras's myth.

    From Syria

    ἐκ τῶν τοῦ θεοῦ ἐπὶ ̕Αβσάλμου
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    Relief of Tauroctony from Sidon

    The relief of the Sidon Tauroctony includes the signs of the zodiac and the four seasons, among other common elements.

    CIMRM 75

    From Lebanon

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    Tauroctony relief exposed at the Hermitage Museum

    The relief marble of Mithras sacrifying the bull, exposed on the Hermitage Museum comes from Rome.

    CIMRM 603, 604

    From Italy

    D(onum) deo invicto d(ederunt) / Marci Matti / Fortuna/tus / et Alexander / et Pardus / et Eficax / per Fl(avio) Alexandro patre.
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    Tauroctony of Sarrebourg

    The Tauroctony of Saarbourg (Sarrebourg, ancient Pons Sarravi), France, contains most of Mithras deeds known in a single relief.

    CIMRM 966, 967

    From France

    In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) deo inv[ict]o Marceleus Marianus / d(e) / s(uo) p(osuit)
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    Tauroctony of Dormagen CIMRM 1012

    The sculpture of Mithras slaying the bull found in Dormagen is exposed at Bonn Landesmuseum.

    CIMRM 1012, 1013

    From Germany

    D(eo) S(oli) i(nvicto) imp(erio) C. Amandinius / Verus buc(inator) v(otum) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito).
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    Tauroctony of La Bâtie-Montsaléon

    This damaged relief of Mithras killing the bull found in 1804 and formerly exposed at Gap, is now lost.

    CIMRM 898, 899

    From France

    [Deo Soli in]victo M. Iulius Maternia/[n]us ex voto.
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    Two Mithras-Attis terracotta from Kerch

    Terracotta tablets depicting a Taurombolium by Attis which might be at the origins of the mithraic Tauroctony iconography.

    CIMRM 11, 12

    From Ukraine