Reclining Oceanus-Saturnus, the lower part of whose body is covered by a redblue
cloak. The naked breast has a red colour. Behind his shoulders the remnants
of a blue velum are visible, which he has wrapped over his head. The right guilded
hand hold a part of a stick, probably an oar; Both arms are lacking. In his left
shoulder a leaden tube is visible, which probably leads to the upraised left hand
in which he held a patera.
A more detailed description of this statue and its significance has been given
in M. J. Vermaseren - C. C. van Essen, The Aventine Mithraeum Adjoining the
Church of St. Prisca in Antiquity and Survival I, 1955,3-36; especially 15-18.