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 included in an ancient Roman military settlement was situated in the eastern border of the Empire.
The Mithriac votive sculpture comes from a clandestine excavation in the Tarquinia area.
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
Recontextualizing the Initiation rituals of the Roman Mystery Cult of Mithras.
The ancient Roman worshippers were likely in altered states of consciousness.
Visitors to new museum will uncover mystery cult of Mithras the bull slayer in multi-sensory experience.
The Mithraeum of Vulci is remarkable because of his high benches and the arches below them.
Bronze inscription from Aldobrandini
Two-sided relief of Fiano Romano
Mithraic bas relief of Arsha wa Qibar
Imprint of Mithras killing the Bull from L'Origine de tous les cultes
Gemme with Mithras killing the bull
Tauroctony of the Mitreo delle terme di Mitra
Tauroctony of Zadar
Mithraic relief of Baden bei Wien
Mithras sacrificing the bull at Santa Barbara Museum of Art
For Laura Thomas. I installed a Google Earth image of Caesarea Maritima on my website.
I'd have like to see the face of the carabinieri when they discovered the sculpture.
While there were many mithraea located at the forts on the Limes, there was not one at the Saalburg.
Just read why they decided to continue to dig under the mithraeum before complaining: http://www.
As far as I can find the CIMRM number of this one is: 1083 and not 606.
On a tour of Caesarea Maritima, I got the opportunity to step inside the Mithraeum.
For rectification, Saïda or Sidon is in Lebanon...
Where is the Mithraeum relative to Herod's temple, the amphitheatre or some other isgnificant landma...
This is shocking.
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