Marble statue (H. 1.51), found in the Plaza de Toros in 1913. Mus. Merida, Inv.
Paris in AA 1914, 377f and fig. 52; RA XXIV ,1914, 9f No. 9 and fig. 7;
Melida in BAH 1914, 453 No. 11 and Pl. VII; Cat. Badajoz, No. 1088; Legge in
Proc. Soc. Bibl. Arch. XXXVII, 1915, Pl. XIX, 5; Lianez, 190f No. 580 and
fig. 68; Leipoldt, XIII and fig. 25; Pidal, Hist. Esp. II, 431 and figs. 231-232;
Garcia y Bellido, Culto, fig. 13. See fig. 213.
A naked Mercurius with winged feet, sits on a large boulder, on which a cloth
lies spread out. A part of his l. leg is lost. Under his l.h;, which rests on the rock, a
lyre, on which an inscription.
Ann(o) col(oniae) CLXXX / invicto deo Mithrae / sacr(um) / G(aius) Accius
Hedychrus / pater / a(nimo) l(ibente) p(osuit).