Statue head of God Mithras: 2nd-3rd century
4 0 c m
actual image size: 22cm x 31cm

Statue head of God Mithras: 2nd-3rd century


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Statue head of God Mithras. This statue head was found buried in the Mithraeum floor at Bucklersbury House, Walbrook in 1954. Mithras was worshiped by soldiers and merchants, and was a god from the eastern part of the empire. He was probably brought to London by soldiers working in the town. The head was probably part of a lifesize bull-slaying scene that would have stood at the apsidal end of the temple.




180 AD - 220 AD

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