On the occasion of the exhibition, the Royal Museum of Mariemont invites five experts from Europe to emulate the research on the cult of Mithras.
Three European museums celebrate Mithras with a continental exhibition featuring more than 200 works of art from Roman times to the present day.
Despite the current political landscape of the US, we can look to antiquity to see that the red cap was actually once a symbol of citizenship and welcome to the foreigner.
Sarah E. Bond
La Domus de Mitreo y el Centro Arqueolóxico de San Roque muestran otra cara del viejo Lugo
Lorena García Calvo
HBO Max's sci-fi series Raised By Wolves features a religious faction that references Sol and the Mithraic Mysteries. Here are the real-world Roman concepts the show borrowed from.
The Sanskrit and Hindi word for friend is “Mitra”. It is also the Nepali word for it. The Sinhala word is ‘mitura’. The word’s etymology has surprising, stark and vivid homosexual connotations.
Recontextualizing the Initiation rituals of the Roman Mystery Cult of Mithras.
According to Hitzinger remnants of animal bones were found in front of the relief of the Mithraeum at Rozanec.
Bronze Venus of Sidon
Mithras taurophorus of Ptuj
Tauroctony from Albacini
Mithras hunting from Dura Europos
Bronze inscription from Aldobrandini
Tauroctony from Domus del Mitreo of Tarquinia
Mithras killing the bull from Sidon
Tauroctony exposed at Princeton
Terra sigillata bowl depicting the Mithraic cult meal from Trier
Just read why they decided to continue to dig under the mithraeum before complaining: http://www.
It was, Pattie. It no longer exists.
Indeed, Dionisia. Thanks for noticing, already corrected.
This is a great Mithraeum and a obliged visit if you go to Roma.
I was wondering if any mithraea have been found in Florence. Thanks.
I'd have liked to see the face of the carabinieri when they discovered the sculpture.
Look at that the satisfaction of that man who's showing that discover during the time the sanctuar o...
Excelente trazado de arquitectura, agradezco que la hayan compartido.
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