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The Mithreaum of Lugo reveals the expansion of the Persian cult to the boundaries of Hispania

The museum that houses the temple of Mithras has become the most visited Roman space in the city since it opened.


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  • Sabazeo

    The Mithraeum was found in one of the rooms of the Horrea built in the years 120 - 125 AD. The installation of the shrine may have taken place in the first half of the third century.

  • Mithräum von Wiesloch

    The first Mithraists in the Mithraeum of Wiesloch may have been veterans from Ladenburg and Heidelberg.

  • London Mithraeum

    The Mithraeum of London has been contextualized and relocated in its original emplacement.

  • Mitreo de Cabrera de Mar

    The Roman villa of Can Molodell had a sanctuary that has been related to the cult of Mithras



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