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Probably an slave that dedicated an altar to Arimanius in Aquincum.
With a history of use extending back to Vedic texts of the second millennium BC, derivations of the name Mithra appear in the Roman Empire, across Sasanian Persia, and in the Kushan Empire of southern Afghanistan and northern India during the first...
These fragments of a monumental relief of Mithras killing the bull were put together...
This monument bears an inscription and the representation of Cautes and Cautopates on the sides.
A freedman of Septimius Severus, he was Pater and priest of the invincible Mithras, as mentioned in a marble inscription found in Rome.
This monument bears an inscription that describes the god Mithra as young, which is quite unusual.
Dedicated an statue of Arimanius in Eboracum, currently preserved at Yorkshire Museum.
The statue was found in 1874 under the city wall of York during the construction of the railway station.
Followers of an ancient cult threaten to overthrow the Italian government and destroy the Church. Rome is in chaos. Earthquakes shake the city. The pope is in a coma. And a Vatican scholar has been found dead in the Tiber.
Mithras explores the history and practices of the ancient mystery religion Mithraism, looking at both literary and material evidence for the god Mithras and the reception and allure of his mysteries in the present.
If you want definitive proof that Mithraism was different in every corner of the empire, just read this book! What the hell was going on in Britannia? I admit that love pulp fiction and have been interested in Mithraism for so long that I expected to have fun with this one. I did, not as much as I'd have liked, but it's a read. You might think that Mithraism is a great subject for fiction. A novelist can amuse himself by filling in the many gaps that surround the cult. Yet Lukas Scott decides to reinvent the whole thing, content to keep a very light and often erratic skeleton to build his story. The characters lack volume. We don't know much about their backstories and that's probably for the best. A light plot seems to be building up behind the scenes, but not really, the whole thing decanting into a sort of a love story (or so Scott tells us) between a Brit and a Roman. And of course, they both have beautiful, strong, young, perfect muscular bodies with big, long johns. Other than th...
Young Roman soldier Titus is stationed in Britain just after Boadicea's rebellion, where he belongs to the mysterious and erotic Mithras cult.
The archaeology of the Mithraeum at Carrawburgh
Jean-Christophe Piot a participé à la réalisation de l'exposition 'Le mystère Mithra' en réalisant des pastilles sonores sur certaines œuvres de l'exposition.
I think there is no trace of this mithraeum since long time ago...
Emperor Julian may have been initiated into the cult of the god Mithras at the Mithraeum of Vienne, France, according to Turcan.
Découvrez les coulisses de la réalisation et du montage de l'exposition « Le mystère Mithra. Plongée au cœur d'un culte romain ».