CIMRM 1019 - Fragment of tauroctony. Mithraeum I, Köln, Germany.
Fragment of a relief iu alabaster (H. 0.055 Br. 0.11 D. 0.02).
Fremersdorf, 56 and fig. 2. See fig. 264.
Part of the upper border of a relief with the representation of Mithras as a
bull-killer. Only the point of the Phrygian cap is preserved. Over it from l. to r.:
1) Part of a rocky border, probably part of the scene with the water miracle.
2) Bull in a small boat above a row of four altars.
3) The foremost part of the bull in a vaulted grotto.
4) Mithras lifts up the bull in order to carry him away.