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Mithras emerging from the rock with torch and dagger beside a reclining Oceanus or Saturn.
glad you enjoyed. it's just a draft by now. Cheers
It is well known that Mithras was born from a rock. However, less has been written about the father of the solar god, and especially about how he conceived him.
Mithras Petrogenitus from Saint-Aubin en France.
Le culte romain de Mithra. Entre réalités antiques et fantasmes contemporains ! Par Richard Veymiers, directeur du Domaine et Musée royal de Mariemont.
Since 1826, four mithraea have been found at Nida-Heddernheim.
The key of Nida's Mithraeum III was decorated with a lion's head.
great article, you should put it on the main page, Jorge! thanks
Danuvius stele a C. Szabo mihi extraordinarius videtur. Accurate pictum videre vellem. Ubi est Sol, numquid puer ex ore tauri egreditur? Videmusne religionem inter Mithrae et Christianitatem? Multae post scriptum quaestiones : nomen meum est dominicus, princeps minimus, hoc est caput familiae.
The Danubian provinces represent one of the largest macro-units within the Roman Empire, with a large and rich heritage of Roman material evidence.
Welcome to our virtual nymphaeum, a cohors dedicated to the nymphi, satyrs, silenus, faunos and all sorts of libidinous creatures.
Cautes and Cautopates attend the birth of Mithras from the rock in the Petrogenia of the third Mithraeum of Ptuj.
Centurion who dedicated the first known Latin inscription to the invincible Mithras.
The Tauroctony relief of Neuenheim, Heidelberg, includes several scenes from the deeds of Mithras and other gods.
Mithras galloping, in a cypress forest, carrying a globe in one hand and accompanied by a lion and a snake.
Mount Nemrut or Nemrud is one of the highest peaks in the eastern Taurus Mountains, southeastern Turkey. On its summit large statues stand around what is supposed to be a royal tomb from the 1st century BC.
The head of Mithras of Angers has been found a four months after the main relief.
Offered the famous Tauroctony of Osterburken to the unconquerable sun god Mithras.