The museum that houses the temple of Mithras has become the most visited Roman space in the city since it opened.
The Temple of Mithras, inside an ancient military settlement, is situated on the eastern border of the Roman Empire.
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.
Two Mithras sanctuaries, which were located on the edge of the settlement, were excavated in Güglingen.
Hekate of Sidon
Tauroctony of Memphis
Tauroctony of St. Andrä vor dem Hagenthale
Heracles captures the Golden Hind of Artemis
Cautopates of Sidon
Mitra de Cabra
Mithras Petrogenitus of Alba Iulia
Mithras rock-born from Ptuj
Mithraic stele from Alba Iulia
Un saludo fraternal a ti, Ricardo.
Merci pour l'information, Zi. En effet, la sculpture jointe faisait partie d'un autre ensemble.
For Laura Thomas. I installed a Google Earth image of Caesarea Maritima on my website.
While there were many mithraea located at the forts on the Limes, there was not one at the Saalburg.
Look at that the satisfaction of that man who's showing that discover during the time the sanctuar o...
According to Robert J. Bull (February 2011) this Mithraeum has been demolished.
Pattie, you and I need to talk about those bits one of these days.
Gracias por compartir tu artículo, Roberto.
Interesting that the couch's covering isn't recognizable as the slain bull, though I'm not sure I wo...
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