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Acta diurna is our Mithraic social stream for keeping up to date with what is happening in The New Mithraeum.

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Jul 2024
Syndexios

Chrestion

Freedman from Greek-speaking origin who dedicated an altar to the invincible Mythra.

 
Jul 2024
NewMonumentum

Altar of Sextus Syntrophus

This altar to Invictus Mythra (sic) was found in 1867 in ancient Maros Portum, now Sighișoara, Romania.

 
Jul 2024
 
NewScriptum

europeana is getting bigger all the time, and already has got a great collection of mithraic monuments (not as many as the new mithraeum, but some good ones!). Have a look: https://www.europeana.eu/search?query=mithras.

 
Jul 2024
NewMonumentum

Inscription of Dioscorus

One of the three known inscriptions of Dioscorus, servant of Marci, found in Alba Iulia, Romania.

 
Jul 2024
NewMonumentum

Altar of Lucretius Mnester and Aemilius Philetus

This marble altar was found ’in the street called di Branco’, behind the palace of the Cardinal of Bologna, in Rome.

 
Jul 2024
Monumentum

Column of Dioscorus from Alba Iulia

This is one of the at least three inscriptions of Dioscorus, servant of Marcus to Mithras Invictus found in Alba Iulia, Romania.

 
Jul 2024
Syndexios

Gaius Caelius Ermero

Antistes of several mithraea in Ostia.

 
Jul 2024
NewVideo

The Cult of Mithras, Freemasonry, and Initiatic Orders

Conference by Freemason Chris Ruli on the parallels between the cult of Mithras, Freemasonry and other initiatic orders.

 
Jul 2024
NewSyndexios

Septimius Severus

First African emperor of Rome (193 – 211), born in Leptis Magna, now Al-Khums in Libya.

 
Jul 2024
Syndexios

Aurelius Eutyches

Imperial slave who donated an altar to Mithras for the benefit of the emperor Caracalla.

 
Jul 2024
NewMonumentum

Tauroctony from Sisak

This marble relief, found in Sisak, Croatia, shows Mithras killing the bull in a circle of corn ears, gods and some scenes from the Mithras myth.

 
Jul 2024
NewMonumentum

Altar by Aurelius Eutyches from Siscia

This altar, dedicated to Sol Invictus Mithras by a certain Eutyches for the health of the Emperor Caracalla, was found in Sisak, Croatia, in 1899.

 
Jul 2024
Syndexios

Iουλιανος

Soldier of the Legio XVI Flavia Firma Antoniana stationed at Dura Europos.

 
Jul 2024
NewLiber

Select passages illustrating Mithraism

Collection of early passages on the cult of Mithras, curated and translated by A. S. Geden.

 
Jul 2024
Syndexios

Commodus

Roman emperor, son of the emperor and Stoic philosopher Marcus Aurelius.

 
Jul 2024
Syndexios

Claudius Zenobius

Procurator of Tarraconensis, he dedicated a monument to the Invincible God, Isis and Serapis in Asturica Augusta.

 
Jul 2024
NewSyndexios

Caracalla

Emperor Caracalla ordered one of Rome’s largest temples to the god Mithras to be built in the baths bearing his name.

 
Jul 2024
NewLiber

La Porte de Mithra. Aux origines de l'Alévisme

Kerivel explore voie mystique des Alévis que, selon lui, trouve son origine dans la très ancienne religiosité des peuples iraniens et sur les structures et les rituels du culte de Mithra.

 
Jul 2024
Syndexios

Velox

Slave who, for the salvation of his master, built a spelaeum in Aquileia, complete with its furnishings.