Mithraic monuments of Gimmeldingen
The few remains of the Mithraeum of Gimmeldingen are preserved at the Historical Museum of the Palatinate, in Speyer, Germany.
The inscription was located at the base of the main Tauroctony of the Gimmeldingen Mithraeum.
Corax Materninius Faustinus dedicated other monuments found in the same Mithraeum in Gimmeldingen.
This relief of Mithras killing the bull found in Gimmeldingen, Germany, lacks the usual raven.
This sandstone altar was dedicated to the god Invictus by a certain Faustinus from Gimmeldingen.
This sandstone altar was dedicated to Luna, who is mentioned as a male deity.
These fragmentary monuments, one with an inscription, were found in the Gimmeldingen mithraeum.
Inscriptions of Gimmeldingen
Fanus (sic) consacrat(us) / per Potentianum / patrem co(n)s(ulibus) / Paulino et Iuliano /l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito).
- Bricault, Veymers, Amoroso et al. (2021) The Mystery of Mithras. Exploring the heart of a Roman cult
- Epigraphic Database Heidelberg. Altar of Faustinus from Gimmeldingen in EDH
- Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss / Slaby. Altar of Faustinus from Gimmeldingen in EDCS
- Epigraphic Database Heidelberg. Altar to Luna from Gimmeldingen in EDH
- Epigraphic Database Heidelberg. Fragments of altars from Gimmeldingen in EDH
- Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss / Slaby. Fragments of altars from Gimmeldingen in EDCS