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Monuments with cautopates

The TNMdB include 18 monuments depicting cautopates.

  1. MONUMENTUM

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

  2. MONUMENTUM

    The relief depict several original scenes from the myth of Mithras.

  3. MONUMENTUM

    Mithras slaying the bull bought by the Louvre Museum in 1807.

  4. MONUMENTUM

    The small medallion depicts three scenes from the life of Mithras, including the Tauroctony.

  5. MONUMENTUM

    The marble shows Mithras slaying the bull, on one side, and Sol and Mithras feasting on a bull skin, on the other.

  6. MONUMENTUM

    This is first Roman Mithraic Tauroctony sculpture known.

  7. MONUMENTUM

    The main Tauroctony of the Mitreo de Santa Maria Capua Vetere is a fresco including a white bull.

  8. MONUMENTUM

  9. MONUMENTUM

    Engraving with cosmological and symbolic mithraic elements.

  10. MONUMENTUM

    The archeologists have found three fragments of the Tauroctony of Lucciana, which includes Cautes and Cautopates.

  11. MONUMENTUM

    Glass paste imprint depicting the Tauroctony surrounded by symbolic figures.

  12. MONUMENTUM

    Tauroctony from a gemme, printed on Le gemme antiche figurate di Leonardo Agostini.

  13. MONUMENTUM

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

  14. MONUMENTUM

    The sculpture of the solar god is signed by its author, Demetrios.

  15. MONUMENTUM

    This sculpture may be a naked dadophorus, probably Cautopates.

  16. MONUMENTUM

    The remains of the mithraic triptic of Tróia, Lusitania, were part of a bigger composition.

  17. MONUMENTUM

    A stone in basso relievo found 10 foot underground in Micklegate York in 1747.

  18. MONUMENTUM

    Palæographia Britannica: or, discourses on antiquities that relate to the history of Britain. Number III.

 

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