The damaged relief shows Mithras as a bullkiller. The r. arm and the r. leg are lost. The dog, the snake and the scorpion. Before the bull a standing Cautes with upraised torch in his r.h. The bust of Luna in the r. upper corner. Above the bull's head a standing person who leans on a sceptre (Jupiter?). On the left of Mithras' head a kind of triangle.
In the lower border an inscription:
CIMRM 2352Ann. ep. 1912 No. 282.
Mithraeum of Aigio, AchaeaAigio (Greece)
- Current location
Archaeological Museum of Patras [AMP 19] Patras (Greece)
- Dimensions H. 44 W. 32 D. 9 cm
- Discovery date 1911
- Material Marble
- Canonical URI
- CIMRM 2351, 2352