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The marble statue of Cautes, found in the Mithraeum of Santa Prisca, was originally a Mercury.
Garlic merchant, probably from Lusitania, who dedicated an altar to Cautes in Tarraconensis.
Freedman, he offered a monument to Mithras for the well-being of his two former masters in Apulum.
Archaeologists discovered the 20th temple dedicated to Mithras in Ostia during the restoration of the domus del Capitello di stucco in 2022.
Imperial slave and head of the customs statio of Esca in Noricum.
Why did the Romans worship a Persian god? This book presents a new reading of the Mithraic iconography taking into account that the cult had a prophecy.
Der römische Gott Mithras aus der Perspektive der vergleichenden Religionsgeschichte.
Aphrodisius, probably of Greek origin, must have been a slave of the Cornelii.
Senator and Pater Sacrorum of Mithras, who consecrated several monuments in Rome in the late 4th century.
In this 4th-century Roman altar, a certain Rufius Caecinius Sabinus defines himself as Pater of the sacred rites of the unconquered Mithras, having undergone the taurobolium.
Large intaglio engraved with Mithras as bull slayer surrounded by a peculiar version of Cautes and Cautopates and other celestial deities.
He was a soldier of the Cohors I Belgarum, probably of Dalmatian origin, who dedicated an altar to Mithras in Aufustianis.
This altar, discovered in Grude, near Tihaljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, bears an inscription by Pinnes, a soldier of the Cohors Prima Belgica.
Papers of the international conference "Roman Mithraism: the Evidence of the Small Finds". Tienen 7-8 November 2001.
There is no consensus as to whether the altar of the slave Adiectus from Carnuntum is dedicated to a Mithras genitor of light.
Roman citizen who dedicated an altar to the invincible Mithras in Teutoburgium.
This Mithraic altar of a certain Iulius Rasci or Racci was found in 1979 in a field in Borovo, Croatia, in the area of the Roman fort of Teutoburgium.
Veteran and ex duplicarius of ala I civum Romanorum who dedicated an altar to Mithras in Teutoburgium.
This limestone altar dedicated to Mithras by a certain Veturius Dubitatus was found in Dalj, Croatia, in 1910.