Sergejevski, 13 and Pl. V; Gabricevic in AJ I, 1954,37 and No. 14. Fig. 493 by courtesy of Dr. Gabricevic.
Under a roof, decorated with a leaf ornament, is the usual representation of
Mithras as a bullkiller. The bull's tail ends in three corn-ears. The raven is perched
on Mithras' flying cloak; the serpent creeps over the ground; the dog leaps up
against the bull; the scorpion is in the usual place. On either side a torchbearer,
not cross-legged. Cautes (r) and Cautopates (l) hold their.torches with two hands.
Over their heads there are triangular niches (H. 0.11 Br. 0.08-0.09 D. 0.07-0.09)
for lamps. The busts of Sol (l) and Luna (r). The r.h. and the dagger of Mithras, the
head of the serpent are broken off. Traces of painting: blue: Mithras' tunic; red:
Mithras' trousers and his mantle; black: the bull; red: Sol and Luna.