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This volume collects the first results of the extensive and articulated research project dedicated to the Mithraeum of the Circus Maximus, the result of the Research Agreement stipulated in 2016 between the Capitoline Superintendence and the University...
The present volume reconstructs the history of the mithraea of Güglingen. In addition, rich finds provide insight into hitherto unknown areas of the liturgical practice of the cult of Mithras.
Pater from Nersae, Italia, known by an inscription of his mithraic Apronianus.
This inscription to Mithras Invencible was dedicated by a certain Apronianus in 172.
Public treasurer known for several inscriptions to Mithras found in San Silvertro.
The links between Egypt and Greece are strong and far-reaching, and although the zoomorphic gods frightened Herodotus, the fact remains that the two cultures continued to influence each other.
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The relief of Mithras killing the bull of Stefano Rotodon preserves part of his polycromy and depicts two unusual figures: Hesperus and an owl.
This relief of Mithras killing the bull includes an unusual owl at the feet of Cautopates and a cock next to Cautes.
Centurion of the Legio VII Gemina Antoniana Pia Felix who erected the only known mithraeum at Lucus Augusti to date.
En este libro se presenta un trabajo de investigación que contiene un considerable volumen de información disponible sobre el Dios Mitra que permite componer una imagen, lo más completa posible, sobre los elementos que intervinieron en el proceso de...
This short animation traces one of the interpretations of the Mithras legend based on archaeological research.
Mithras emerging from the rock with torch and dagger beside a reclining Oceanus or Saturn.
Mithras Petrogenitus from Saint-Aubin en France.
Le culte romain de Mithra. Entre réalités antiques et fantasmes contemporains ! Par Richard Veymiers, directeur du Domaine et Musée royal de Mariemont.
Since 1826, four mithraea have been found at Nida-Heddernheim.
The key of Nida's Mithraeum III was decorated with a lion's head.
Cautes and Cautopates attend the birth of Mithras from the rock in the Petrogenia of the third Mithraeum of Ptuj.
Centurion who dedicated the first known Latin inscription to the invincible Mithras.