Profile of a Roman marble head of Mithras
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Profile of a Roman marble head of Mithras from the temple of Mithras at Walbrook. This sculpture is made of Carrara marble. This head probably formed part of a life size bull-slaying scene that would have stood in the apsidal end of the temple. Mithras is wearing the Phrygian cap.
180 AD - 220 AD