Relief in limestone (H. 0.98 Br. 0.55) which stood on base a or b.
Kuzsinsky in BpR 1889, 76 and fig.; Aquincum, 57 and fig. 21; MMM II fig. 187. See fig. 454, kindly supplied by Dr. A. Mocsy.
Mithras' rockbirth. The rock is surrounded by a serpent raising up its head
towards the god. In his upraised hands he holds a burning torch (l.h.) and a dagger
(r.h.). Mithras is completely naked and emerges nearly as far as the knees.