Description: Rare representation in bronze of the Romanized Persian god (Mithras), held by many Roman legions.
The figure is modeled in relief with great detail and careful workmanship. Mithras is depicted as a beardless youth with long curly hair wearing the (Phrygian) cap with the point bent forward and holding a (patera). The clothes he wears consists of a belted long-sleeved tunic over leggings with a long cloak fastened on his right shoulder. The leggings and sleeves are impressed with decorative grooves while impressed dots enhance the back of the cloak.
Facial features are very well defined with eye brows in relief and well formed eyes with impressed pupils.