Bacchus group from the Temple of Mithras: Roman
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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.
43 AD - 410 AD