Links: the Mithras' Network

A short selection of links to some of the better websites, articles or groups on Mithraism.

Important notice: do not necessarily share the views expressed by the author(s) of the following websites. is not necessarily associated with the organisations or people who manage the following websites.

Academic pages and Conferences

  • Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum, Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (BBAW)
    The Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL) is a comprehensive offline collection of ancient Latin inscriptions. It forms an authoritative source for documenting the surviving epigraphy of classical antiquity.
  • [EN] Encyclopædia Iranica, Columbia University
    Encyclopædia Iranica is a project whose goal is to create a comprehensive and authoritative English language encyclopedia about the history, culture, and civilization of Iranian peoples from prehistory to modern times. It is a project of Columbia University, started in 1973 at its Center for Iranian Studies, and is considered the standard encyclopaedia of the academic discipline of Iranistics.
  • [ES] Jornadas Mithraicas, Ayuntamiento de Cabra
  • The New England Conference on Mithraic Studies, now entering its 10th year, is an informal research convention for people interested in the study of the god Mithras.
  • [EN] Ostia. Harbour City of Ancient Rome, Internet Group Ostia
    This website is dedicated to Ostia, the harbour city of ancient Rome. Here you will find information for professional archaeologists and historians, for students of Roman archaeology and history, and for interested lay-people. The site is maintained by the Internet Group Ostia (IGO).
  • [EN] Societas Iranologica Europea, MACUCH, Maria
    The S.I.E. is an European association of scholars working in the field of Iranian Studies with members not only from European countries, but from all over the world, including Asia and America.
  • [EN] The Electronic Journal of Mithraic Studies, Universidad de Huelva
    The Electronic Journal of Mithraic Studies (EJMS) is a revival of the Journal of Mithraic Studies edited by Dr. Richard Gordon. It is a place where researchers on Roman Mithraism can publish the product of their research and make it freely available for other interested people. The EJMS is based at the University of Huelva, Spain, and is managed by an Editorial Board composed of scholars of Mithraism and Roman Religion with international projection.



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