Monumentum Serapis head of Walbrook The head of Serapis found at Walbrook, London, is decorated with stylised olive branches. The New Mithraeum14 Jun 2009Updated on 15 Jan 2022 The full article is reserved for our members. Log in or create a free account to access the entire site. Large marble head of Sarapis with modius, decorated with stylised olive-branches. In the same time a colossal right hand holding a part of a stick (oar?) was found. Related monuments Mithraeum of London The London Mithraeum also known as Walbrook Mithraeum has been contextualized and relocated in its original emplacement in 2016. Tauroctonia de Walbrook The image of Mithras killing the bull, found near Walbrook, is surrounded by a Zoadiac circle. Mithras head of Walbrook The Mithras's head of Walbrook probable belonged to a life-size scene of the god scarifying the bull. Dionysus group marble of London Marble group of Dionysus accompanied by a Silenus on a donkey, a satyr and a menead. Head of Minerva from London This head was found at the east end of temple of Mithras in London.