Mithraic monuments of Virunum
The bronze bears the dedication of a restoration of a Mithraeum carried out in 183.
A bronze plaque records the existence of a mithraeum at Virunum that collapsed and was rebuilt by members of the community.
This marble gives some details of the reconstruction of the Virunum Mithraeum.
This monument dedicated to 'Invicto Patrio' was found in Milan in 1869.
Marble plaque with inscription by a certain Ursinus found in Virunum in 1838.
Inscriptions of Virunum
et Aeliano coln/s(ulibus) VI k(alendas) lulias.
[There follows, in four columns, a list of 98 names, all masculine, with the first 34 in the same hand.]
Tiberius Claudius Quintilianus ob dedicationem templi tabulam / aeream donum dedit et camaram picturis exornavit.
- Bricault, Veymers, Amoroso et al. (2021) The Mystery of Mithras. Exploring the heart of a Roman cult
- Roger Beck (1998) The meeting of the Virunum Mithraists on June 26, A.D. 184
- Gernot Piccottini (1994) Mithrastempel in Virunum
- Roger Beck (1998) Qui mortalitatis causa convenerunt: The Meeting of the Virunum mithraists on June 26, A.D. 184
- Epigraphic Database Heidelberg. Plaque of Milan by Ulbius Gaianus in EDH
- Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss / Slaby. Plaque of Milan by Ulbius Gaianus in EDCS
- Epigraphic Database Heidelberg. Slab of S. Urban by Ursinus in EDH