CIMRM 822-823 - Dionysius, Silenus &c. From the Walbrook Mithraeum, London, Britain

See also: CIMRM 810-811 Tauroctony; 812 Cloaked figure; 813 Oceanus; 814 Mithraeum; 815 Mithras head; 816 Cautopates fragment; 817 Torso of deity; 818 Serapis head + 2 hands; 819 Circular plaque; 820 Minerva head; 821 Mercury statuette; 822-823 Dionysius, Silenus statue; 824 Sandstone bowl; 825 Inscription; 826 Inscription; Supp. Silver box + strainer; Pottery; Lead bull;

From: here. Photo by Molendinarius.

From: Photo by Wolfram.

The Museum of London adds:

CIMRM entry

I.e. "... (give) life to men who wander."


  • (Various), Sculptures from the temple of Mithras, Walbrook, Guildhall Museum, 1955.
  • J. M. C. Toynbee, A silver casket and strainer from the Walbrook Mithraeum in the City of London. Leyden: Brill, 1963.
  • J.M.C. Toynbee, The Roman Art Treasures from the Temple of Mithras, London & Middlesex Archaeological Society, 1986, ISBN: 0903290316.
  • Roman Inscriptions of Britain 1.

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