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This marble relief of Cautes was found in 1863 in Sisak, Croatia.
This altar, found in the 3rd mithraeum of Ptuj, bears an inscription and a relief of Sol and a person with a cornucopia.
This base was found in the 18th century and bears an inscription to the god Arimanius.
There are no further details about this Mithraic statue from Transylvania, the historical region of central Romania.
Philippe Roy, docteur en Sciences de l’Antiquité, présente dans cette vidéo la réception du culte de Mithra dans les provinces occidentales de l’Empire romain.
Freedman, he offered a monument to Mithras for the well-being of his two former masters in Apulum.
The provenance of this fragment of a white marble relief depicting Mithras as a bullkiller is unknown.
Fragments of this limestone statue include the head and torso of Mercury, holding the caduceus in his left hand.
This relief of Mithras as a bullkiller found at Vratnitsa, near Lisicici in northern Macedonia, was signed by a certain Menander Aphrodisieus.
Three larger altars and other finds from the Mithraeum of Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Three small limestone altars were found in the Jajce Mithraeum, one of which bears the inscription ’Invicto’.
Beheaded Cautopates in limestone found on the podium of the Jajce Mithraeum, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The relief of Mithras killing the bull from the Jajce Mithraeum is walled into the cult niche and surmounted by a roof.
This relief of Mithras as a bullkiller was found in Golubić, Bosnia and Herzegovina, near a cementery.
Vermaseren noted in his Corpus that he had been informed of a fragmented relief of Mithras killing the bull in "the museum at Ghighen".
He erected one of the last known mithraea on his property.
This sandstone altar was dedicated to the god Invictus by a certain Faustinus from Gimmeldingen.
This relief of Mithras killing the bull found in Gimmeldingen, Germany, lacks the usual raven.
This monument with an inscription to the god Sol Mithras was found in front of the cathedral of Speyer during some sewer works.
This sculpture of Mithras born from a rock was found in 1922 together with two altars in what was probably a mithraeum.