Sprater, 3 and fig. 2; Esp. Rec. Gaule X, 183 No. 7545; LeRoy Campbell in
Berytus XI, 1954,49 No. 187. See fig. 348.
The usual representation of Mithras killing the bull whose tail ends in three
corn-ears. The dog, the serpent and the scorpion; no traces of the raven. Cautes (l)
and Cautopates (r) with burning torches in the usual attitude. The bust of Sol (l)
in a crown of thirteen rays and in a nimbus; the bust of Luna (r) with crescent.