Relief in limestone (H. 0.46 Br. 0.73 D. 0.14) found at Crikvine near Klisa in the
surroundings of Salona. The monument was found in 1908 "nel selciato tra una
chiesetta del V-VI sec. (Crkva si Elye = S. Elia) e un altra costruzione coll'apside
orientata verso Ouest (Mitreo ?)" (Gabricevic in a letter). Split, Archaeological
Museum. Inv. No. 412D.
Bulic in BASD XXXII, 1909, 53 and Pl. VII, 1 ; Gabricevic in AJ I, 1954, 37
No. 6; LeRoy Campbell in Berytus XI, 1954,47 No. 122. See fig. 485.
Mithras as a bullkiller with the raven perched on his flying cloak. The dog, the
serpent and the scorpion. Behind the bull a torchbearer not cross-legged who holds
a torch upwards in his r.h.; his companion is almost completely lost. The bust of
Sol in radiate crown (l) and the bust of Luna (r). The relief is badly damaged.