Relief in limestone (H.0.51 Br. 0.57 D.0.16). Bonn, Rheinisches Landesmuseum.
See fig. 262 kindly supplied by the Director H. von Petrikovits.
Lajard, Pl. LXXXI; Stark, o.c., Pl. I; Dorow, l.c.; MMM II 387 and fig. 299;
Hettner, Katalog, No. 70; Koepp, Germ. Rom., IV, 57 and Taf. XXXV, 1;
Lehner, Sk., II Taf. X, 4; Führer I Taf. XXVII, 2; St. 224; Esp. Rec. Gaule
VIII, 282 No. 6335; Le Roy Campbell in Berytus XI, 1954,48 No. 156.
Mithras as a bullkiller in the usual attitude and dress. His l. arm from the elbow
is missing. The bull is represented and its tail ends in three corn-ears. The background is
rocky; the dog leaps up against the bull; the serpent creeps over the
ground; the scorpion is in the usual place. In the r. upper corner Luna. The face of
Mithras, the bust of Sol and the raven are lost.