Humann-Puchstein, Reisen, 321ff and Pl. XXVIII, 2; MMM II l.c. with
fig. 10; MM, Pl. I, 5; Cumont, Rel. Or., 133 fig. 9; RRR 1,195,2; DS, Dict.
Ant., fig. 5083; Gressmann, Or. Rel., 143 fig. 53; Sarre, Kunst Pers., fig. 56;
Saxl, fig. 5; Leipoldt, fig. 6 (see fig. 5).
Antiochus, in richly decorated attire with a tiara on his head, holds out his
r.h. to Mithras. He carries a short dagger at his side and holds a sceptre in his
l.h. Mithras wears a similar attire with only this difference, that he wears a
Phrygian cap with two hanging ribbons, covering his ears. Around the head a
nimbus and a crown with 21 rays. The attire consists of a cuirass and a cloak,
fastened in front with a round fibula. Beneath the cuirass a long tunica, which
is held up between the legs with straps or strings to facilitate walking. Around
the neck a necklace. Mithras extends his r.h. to Antiochus and has a bundle of
twigs (baresman) in his left. Their feet are shod.