CIMRM 1253-1254 - Statue of a genius. Dieburg, Germany
Behn fig 31.
The head depicted does not belong to the torso, as Vermaseren makes clear. Behn states that it was found separately and attached by the excavators.
Statue in yellow-red sandstone (H. 0.44 Br. 0.26 D. 0.195), found in the pit of
the Mithraeum. Inv. No. 147/52.
Behn, 31 No. 6 and fig. 31. See fig. 328.
Standing figure the upper part of whose body is naked. He holds in his l.h. a
double cornucopia which emerges from two leaves. With his r.h. he puts a patera
on an altar. The l.h. and the head are broken off (Genius).
Head in red sandstone (H. 0.12).
Behn, 31 No. 6 and fig. 31 in which the head is erroneously represented as
belonging to the preceding No. See fig. 329.