Terracotta tablet (H. 0.11 Br. 0.095). Since 1878 in the Ermitage at Leningrad,
afterwards in Museum at Odessa.
Stephani in CRCommArchPetersbourg 1880, 125 and Pl. VI, 6; MMM II 192
No. 5 bis; Derewitzky, Odessa, 12 and Pl. V, 3. See fig. 3.
Mithras dressed in the same outfit as on No. 11, kills the buffalo-like bull. He
kneels on the back of the animal, grasping its horn with his left and holding out
his r.h. to thrust the animal down. Head of the bull has been restored.
Cumont is of the opinion that both works are casts from moulds from Asia Minor.