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Mithras in Hispania

On the occasion of the discovery of a Mithraeum in Cabra, Spain, we talk to Jaime Alvar, a leading figure in the field of Mithraism. With him, we examine the testimonies known to date and the peculiarities of the cult of Mithras in Hispania.


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Ron Myers

I was wondering if any mithraea have been found in Florence. Thanks.

on Aion of Florence


Steven Geusens

Can't wait for more details...


Gabriel Simeoni

Remarkable monument not only because it is the first sculpted representation of the entire Mithraic ...

on Tauroctony 593



and this is the same as nb. 37 - mithraeum at Reichweiler.

on Mithräum von Schwarzerden


Ton van Reen

As far as I can find the CIMRM number of this one is: 1083 and not 606.

on Tauroctony from the Mithräum von Heddernheim


John Brant

Stockstadt mithraeum is not located at Saalsburg Kastell.

on Mithraeum of Stockstadt I


Antonio Moreno Rosa

The sculpture was found, according to its discoverer, next to the western wall that delimits the imp...

on Mitra de Cabra


Ricardo Restaldi

Excelente artículo Hermano. La Masonería sigue siendo la gran heredera de los antiguos misterios.

on From Mithraism to Freemasonry. A history of ideas


Jorge Gallo

If this phallus really belonged to the mithraeum where it is currently placed and not elsewhere, the...

on Phallus relief from the Mithraeum of Tiddis



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