CIMRM Supplement - Tauroctony with croziers. Dardagana, Bosnia.
In 1965 a relief and other objects were found in Dardagana in Bosnia, in the Roman province of Dalmatia. The coins were of the reign of Valentinian I. The execution of the tauroctony is unusual; the sun and the moon are together to Mithras' right; the torchbearers carry shepherd's crooks, or croziers, rather than torches. The snake is present, and it has a halo around its head; the dog is between Mithras' legs.1 Clauss has stated that the relief seems to have been made by someone unfamiliar with the cult.2
A rough translation3 of the opening of the Milicia Kosoric article: