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Monuments tagged with taurus

Mithraic monuments, temples and other objects related to Mithras and tagged with taurus.

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    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.


    From Italy

  • Monumentum

    Votive plaque of Stockstadt

    This plaque was found in Mithraeum I at Stockstadt broken into pieces inserted between the blocks of the socle of the cult relief, in the manner of a votive deposit.

    TNMM399 – CIMRM 1206, 1207

    From Germany

    [D(eo)] i(nvicto) M(ithrae) et S(oli) s(ocio) Argata / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito).
  • Monumentum

    Mithraic vase of Mühltal

    The Mühltal Mithraic crater was discovered among the artefacts of a mithraeum found in Pfaffenhoffen am Inn, Bavaria.


    From Germany

    Deo invicto Mitrlale Ma[rt- or -tern]inus
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony relief from Ladenburg

    The Tauroctony from Landerburg, Germany, shows a naked Mithras only accompanied by his fellow Cautes.

    TNMM290 – CIMRM 1275

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    Caesarea Maritima's Medallion

    The small medallion depicts three scenes from the life of Mithras, including the Tauroctony. It may come from the Danube area.


    From Israel

  • Monumentum

    Altar from Mitreo di San Clemente

    The altar of the Mithraeum of San Clemente bears the Tauroctony on the front, Cautes and Cautopates on the right and left sides and a serpent on the back.

    TNMM469 – CIMRM 339, 340

    From Italy

    Cn(aeus) Arrius Claudianus / pater posuit.
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of Naples

    The marble relief of Mithras killing the bull in Naples bears an inscription that calls the solar god omnipotentis.

    TNMM464 – CIMRM 174, 175

    From Italy

    Omnipotenti Deo Mithrae Appius / Claudius Tarronius Dexter v(ir) c(larissimus) dicat.
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of Circo Massimo

    This remarkable marble relief from the end of the 3rd century was discovered in the most remote room of the Mithraeum in the Circo Massimo.

    TNMM184 – CIMRM 435, 436

    From Italy

    Deo Soli Invicto Mithrae Ti(tus) Cl(audius) Hermes ob votum dei typum d(onum) d(edit).
  • Monumentum

    Two-sided relief of Dieburg

    The relief of Dieburg shows Mithras riding a horse as main figure, surrounded by several scenes of the myth.

    TNMM231 – CIMRM 1247

    From Germany

    [Side A:] D(eo) i(nvicto) M(ithrae) / Silves/trius / Silvi/nius et Silvestrius Pe[rpetus et A]urelius nepos / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito). / Perpetus fra/te[r] artis sutor(iae)....
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony marble from Mitreo Fagan

    The sculpture has an inscription where Mithras is called the undiscoverable deity.

    TNMM106 – CIMRM 310, 311

    From Italy