CIMRM Supplement - Restored tauroctony from two fragments. Banjevic, now in Zadar, Croatia.
Two fragments of a double-sided and heavily restored Mithraic relief from Banhevac (near Stankovici), end of the 2nd-beginning of the 3rd c. AD. One half of the relief is a modern restoration.
The front depicts the tauroctony within the ring of the zodiac. At the top right Luna in a two-horse vehicle is shown, and beneath this is the altar on which stands cautopates. (The restored section shows Cautes and Sol).
The reverse probably displays the ritual meal. Mithras and Sol are depicted, plus two other participants as servants. The Moon and the Sun appear again in the upper corners.
From Richard L. Gordon, p.110: