Marble statue (H. 0.85). Bought at Rome, where it might have been found. Ny
Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Inv. No. 716.
Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteks ant. kunstw., Pl. XXVI No. 389; Poulsen, Kat. Ny
Carlsb. Glypt., 258 No. 389. See,fig. 170, kindly procured by the Keeper of
On a base Mithras as a bullkiller in Eastern attire. The god is looking upwards.
The dog and the serpent near the wound; the scorpion on the usual place. Some
small restorations: Mithras' nose, a part of his attire and hair, fingers of the l.h.
and toes of the r. foot; the bull's r. ear and horns, part of the hind-leg.