Top: CIMRM 486, the Hecate; with CIMRM 490, the rock-birth below. From Ferrua, BSR 68 fig.16
CIMRM 496. Upper part of a goddess (fortuna) carrying a cornucopia.
The upper part of a Hekataion (H. 0.08).
Marble triangle (L. 0.36 D. 0.135) with a semicircular opening in the middle.
Part of a naked Venus (H. 0.095).
Terracotta relief with the representation of Victoria, slaying a bull. A similar
relief was found in 1953; it probably does not belong to the inventary of the
Fragment of a marble piece of rock (H. 0.07 Br. 0.06), probably remnant of a rock-birth.
On a base the lower part of a Gigant with snake-feet. He is dressed in a short
tunio and leans against a rock. On his 1. arm traces ofa shield. Bust, head and
anus lost (See fig. 142).
Base (H. 0.42diam. 0.09), composed oftwo vases on top of each other. It probably
supported a statue.
A marble mortar (H. 0.125); pieces of glass; a great number of plates and dishes;
moreover lamps, dating from the first four centuries. Most material however,
belongs to the rubbish.1
Strongly oxydised leaden plate (H. 0.55 Br. 0.43 D.0.003), on which Sol is
represented with seven rays round his curly head. Another head of Sol-Mithras in
intarsio was found in 1954.
A big jar (H. 0.72 diam. 0.56), found in Z.
The upper part is detachable, so that another small cylindrical vase (H. 0.22 Br.
0.31) could be fitted into it. This limestone vase is covered with a lid, on which a
graffito. It had a small round hole at the bottom (diam. 0.07), covered with green
W. Vollgraff, "Une inscription gravee sur un vase cultuel mithriaque", in Med. Ak. Wet. (N.R. 18, No 8) 1955 reads the graffito as follows:
Te cauterio i Saturne i Ata[r i] Opi.
Upper part of a goddess (Fortuna) of marble from Luna (H. 0.15). She has a
cornucopia in her l.h.(See fig. 143).