Statue in limestone from Transsylvania (H. 0.88 Br. 0.43-0.50). Sibiu (= Hermannstadt
= Nagy Szeben), Museum Brukenthal.
MMM II 320 No. 210 and fig. 183; RRS III 141, 1. See fig. 596.
Mithras is being born from the cone-shaped rock on which a serpent is represented. The god emerges as far as his thighs. He is in Phrygian cap and he holds a knife in his upraised r.h. His l. arm is broken off.