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In the altar that Titus Tettius Plotus dedicated to the invincible God, he called himself pater sacrorum.
This second tauroctony, found in the Mithraeum of Dormagen, was consecrated by a man of Thracian origin.
Slave who dedicated an altar to Nabarze in the Mithraeum of Sarmizegetusa.
This column found in the Mithraeum of Sarmizegetusa bears an inscription to Nabarze instead of Mithras.
Imperial freedman and strator that offered a monument to Serapis.
This monument, found in the Domus Flavia in Rome, bears an inscription by a certain Aurelius Mithres.
He dedicated a monument to Zeus Helios Mithras Serapis in Heraclea Pontica.
This inscription to Zeus Helios Mithras Serapis by a certain Ioulios Pyrros is now lost.
This small cippus to Zeus, Helios and Serapis includes Mithras as one of the main gods, although some authors argue that it could be the name of the donor.
This 3rd century marble relief of Silvanus is the only sculpture found in Mitreo Aldobrandini.
This inscription, found in the Mitreo della Planta Pedis, among some other monuments in Ostia, suggests a link between Mithras and Silvanus.
This inscription reveals the existence of a Mithraeum on the island of Andros, Greece, which has not yet been found.
Roman veteran stationed on the island of Andros, where he built a temple to Mithras.
An inscription by a certain Aurelius Rufinus reveals the existence of a Mithraeum on the island of Andros, but it has not yet been found.
Commander of the Macedonian legions V and XIII Gemina Galliens.
This relief of Mithras slaying the bull is unique because of the representation of Tellus lying under the bull.
The v in this small altar found in Novaria has been interpreted by some commentators as qualifying Mithras as victorious.
In this inscription, found in Angera in Lombardy, Mithras is referred to by the unicum 'adiutor'.
Both of them were discovered in 1609 in the foundations of the façade of the church of San Pietro, Rome.
I am Rauf Mehdi (Mehdizadeh Kabuli). Former professor of engineering faculty of Kabul University and now director of Ariana Encyclopedia.