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The New Mithraeum

Community dedicated to the study, disclosure and reenactment of the Mysteries of Mithras since 2004.

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Joined December 2020
 
 
Oct 2023
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Ἰουλιανὸς

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

 
Oct 2023
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Inscription to Tourmasgade of Dura Europos

This inscription by a certain Ioulianos, found at the entrance to the Dolichenum at Dura Europos, bears an inscription to Zeus Helios Mithras et Tourmasgade.

 
Oct 2023
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Sabinianus

A comrade of Charitinus, he was a freedman who consecrated an altar to Mithras for the emperors Philip the Arab and Otacilia Severa.

 
Oct 2023
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Charitinus

Freedman who consecrated an altar to Mithras for the numen and majesty of the emperors Philip the Arab and Otacilia Severa.

 
Oct 2023
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Altar of Poreč

This stone altar found in Poreč was dedicated by two freedmen to the numen and majesty of the emperors Philip the Arab and Otacilia Severa.

 
Oct 2023
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Marcus Aurelius Rufinus

Roman veteran stationed on the island of Andros, where he built a temple to Mithras.

 
Oct 2023
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Tauroctony of Santiponce

This unfinished Mithras tauroctonos without the usual surrounding animals was found in 1923 in Italica, near Seville, Spain.

 
Oct 2023
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Inscription of Valentinus Secundionis

This monument, now lost, was discovered in the 16th century, probably on the site of Sublavio statio.

 
Oct 2023
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Cautes and Cautopates of Ostia found in 1939

This marble of Cautes was found together with his partner Cautopates in Ostia in 1939.

 
Oct 2023
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Aurelius Nectoreca

Breton centurion stationed in Volubilis, Mauretania Tingitana, known for his loyalty to Mithras and Commodus.

 
Oct 2023
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Plaque of Meknès

One of the two inscriptions by Aurelius Nectoreca, a follower of Mithras, found in Meknès, Morocco.

 
Oct 2023
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Altar of Meknès

Two inscriptions by Aurelius Nectoreca, a follower of Mithras, have been found in Meknès, Morocco.

 
Oct 2023
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Cautes and Cautopates of Palermo

These two mithraic sculptures of Cautes and Cautopates belong to the same collection of Astuto de Noto, made up of mostly Sicilian monuments.

 
Oct 2023
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Terentius Priscus Eucheta

He was initiated and cured thanks to the invincible Nabarze.

 
Oct 2023
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Base with inscription of Priscus Eucheta to Navarze

This inscription, which doesn't mention Mithras, was found near the church of Santa Balbina on the Aventine in Rome.

 
Oct 2023
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Tiberius Claudius Thermodon

Dedicated multiple monuments to Mithras, Fortuna Primigenia and Diana in Etruria.

 
Oct 2023
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Inscription by Claudius Thermodon of Bolsena

The donor of this Mithraic inscription from Bolsena, a certain Tiberius Claudius Thermoron, is known from two other monuments.

 
Oct 2023
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Marcus Limbricius Polides

Decurion and member of the same college as Aemilius Chrysanthus.

 
Oct 2023
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Tauroctony/Repast of Castra Pretoria

This double relief shows a tauroctony on one side and the sacred meal, including a serving Corax, on the other.

 
Oct 2023
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Fils du soleil et de la lune. La lune et le soleil dans l'imaginaire humain au fil des siècles

Certains mythes de l'Antiquité sont probablement basés sur des récits de « mort imminente » exactement les mêmes que les nôtres. Ainsi, s'expliqueraient le Paradis, l'Enfer, l'âme, le Dieu unique, nos divers «états d'âme»...