A relief of Mithras slaying the bull, the first of living creatures from whose blood, corn and all other forms of life arose by - Bridgeman art images & historical footage for licensing
Altar dedicated to Emperor Gallienus health depicting pact between Sun and Mithra. Roman civilization.
Mithras, Persian god of Light. Portion of one of three altars found in a 3rd-4th century AD stone temple near a Roman fort along Hadrian's Wall at Carrawburgh, England. The front is a relief of Mithras rising from Living Rock, holding the Sun God's whip in his right hand, wearing a cloak and a radiate crown. The inscription reads 'To the Invincible God Mithras, Marcus Simplicius Simplex, prefect, willingly and deservedly fulfilled his vow.'
Velo come la Pimpaccia
Uncategorized Backgrounds In High Quality: Mithra by Jim Golinder, 30/05/2015
Fleeing maiden, 5C BCE, Eleusis. Likely adorned the exterior of the Sacred House. Could be Kore, Hecate, or one of the Oceanid maidens who were present when Persephone was abducted by Hades.
Apolo y Artemisa.
Bacchus group from the Temple of Mithras. The sculpture is made of carrara marble and depicts Bacchus with Silenus, a satyr, maenad and a panther. This sculpture was found on the latest floor of the temple when the building was no longer used to worship Mithras. It was located at the east end of the temple, against the North wall. From The Museum of London.