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The relief of naked Roman soldier, wearing a mantle and a Phrygian cap, has been related to the Mithras' cult.
These fragments of a monumental relief of Mithras killing the bull were put together...
Lors de la construction de l’église Saint-Paul en 1911, un mithraeum a été mis au jour à Koenigshoffen/Königshoffen, vicus gallo-romain situé aux abords du camp légionnaire de Strasbourg-Argentorate.
These two reliefs of Cautes and Cautopates where found in the south corner of one of the Mithraea of Friedberg, Hesse.
There have probably been three mithräen discovered at Friedberg.
This silver amulet depicts Abraxas on one side and the first verses of the Book of Genesis in Hebrew on the other.
In the 1900s a model Mithraeum was built in Saalburg in the mistaken belief that there was an original temple of Mithras in an ancient Roman building.
Chapter of In Search of Cyrus devoted to the origins of the Iranian god Mithra.
Presentation of the so-called Mithraeum of Burham by Mark Samuel at the Ordinary Meeting of Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
The Mithras killing the bull sculpture from Sidon, currently Lebanon.
To date, there is no evidence that the so-called Mithraeum of Burham was ever used to worship the sun god.
In 1938 this Mithraeum was found 3.45 mtrs under the Basilica of S. Lorenzo in Damaso, in a cellar near the Sacrament's Chapel.
Pater sacrorum and founder of the Mithraeum under the Basilica of S. Lorenzo
This marble slab bears an inception be the Pater Proficentius to whom Mithras has suggested to build and devote a temple.
This relief of Mithras killing the sacred bull was found in 1908 near Klisa, in the surroundings of Salona, the ancient capital of Roman Dalmatia.
The altar that now stands in Split was dedicated to Invincible Mithras for the health of a dear friend.
The text mentions a certain Kamelios, described as immaculate miles.
The relief depict several unusual scenes from Mithras's myth.
The main cultic relief of Mithras slaying the bull of Fertorakos was carved into the rock face.