Mithraic monuments of Capua
The Mithraeum of Santa Maria Capua Vetere preserves frescoes depicting several scenes of the initiation rites.
The main fresco of the Mithraeum of Santa Maria Capua Vetere portrays Mithras slaughtering a white bull.
In the Mithraeum of S. Capua Veteres, Cautes stands between two laurel trees.
This is the first of several fresco scenes depicting the initiation of a new member in a mithraic community, in Capua Vetere.
This scene from the frescoes of the Mitreo di Santa Maria Capua Vetere shows a kneeling, naked man surrounded by two other figures.
Minto has claimed that the time god Aion was painted on the corner of the north wall of the Mitreo de Santa Capua Vetere.
Representation of a person lying prostrate on the ground between two other walking figures on the Mitreo of Santa Capua Vetere.
- Maarten Jozef Vermaseren (1971) Mithriaca I. The Mithraeum at S. Maria Capua Vetere