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Acta diurna is our Mithraic social stream for keeping up to date with what is happening in The New Mithraeum.

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Jun 2024
NewScriptum

New tag to find all the post-classical monuments on a single page: https://www.mithraeum.eu/quaere.php?tag=postclassical.

 
 
Jun 2024
NewScriptum

A few ‘workarounds’ for saying ‘yes’ in Latin by Legonium.

 
Jun 2024
NewSocius

independent research related to Mithraism.

 
Jun 2024
NewSocius

I am an historian of religions. I currently studies so called "Oriental cults of the Roman Enmpire.

 
Jun 2024
NewSocius
 
Jun 2024
NewComentum

Thank you! ☺️ So nice!

 
Jun 2024
NewMonumentum

Saul depicted as Mithras Tauroctonos

Saul cutting the oxen to pieces poses as Mithras Tauroctonos in this painting, which adorns the mantelpiece of Henry II’s bedroom at the Château d’Écouen near Paris.

 
Jun 2024
NewSocius

meu nome é Edvan Alves de oliveira, atualmente sou estudante de história pela universidade federal de Goiás no Brasil.

 
Jun 2024
Syndexios

Protas

Slave who dedicated an altar to Nabarze in the Mithraeum of Sarmizegetusa.

 
Anonymous
thank You!
 
Jun 2024
NewSocius

Merchant Navy Captain BA Hons (English)

 
May 2024
NewComentum

Mi spiegate perché mettete dei volti attuali in un sito di archeologia mitra ?
Grazie. Francesca.

 
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Symphorus
 
Apr 2024
Monumentum

Intaglio with Tauroctony from Munich

This heliotrope gem, depicting Mithras slaying the bull, dates from the 2nd-3rd century, but was reused as an amulet in the 13th century.

 
beautiful engaving and gemstone
 
May 2024
NewSocius

I have been investigating an archaelogical site in the Northern Shenandoah valley of Virginia. TL and C14 dates from iron smelting materials are circa 150 AD.

 
May 2024
NewSocius

professor of Archaeology at Sapienza (Rome)

 
May 2024
NewMonumentum

Votive plaque from Ballıhisar

This votive silver plaque depicting Mithras was found at the site of Pessinus, Ballıhisar, in Turkey.

 
Apr 2024
Comentum

Hello, I am new here. How can I contact you privately for the images rights?

 
Welcome Nathalie. You can contact members who allow it by clicking on the arrow icon at the top right of their profile.