Monumentum

Mithräum von Gimmeldingen

The few remains of the Mithraeum of Gimmeldingen are preserved at the Historical Museum of the Palatinate, in Speyer, Germany.
 
 
PublishedThe New Mithraeum
2 Jun 2009
Updated on 15 Mar 2022
 
  • Stone monuments from the Mithras sanctuary in Gimmeldingen

    Stone monuments from the Mithras sanctuary in Gimmeldingen
    Haselburg-Müller 

  • Reproducción del relieve del Mitreo de Gimmeldingen

    Reproducción del relieve del Mitreo de Gimmeldingen
    Mundartpoet 

  • Incriptio of Corax from Gimmeldingen

    Incriptio of Corax from Gimmeldingen
    Haselburg-Müller 

  • Altar of Gimmeldingen

    Altar of Gimmeldingen
    The New Mithraeum / Andreu Abuín (CC BY-SA) 

 

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The St. Nicholas Church was on the premises a Mithras sanctuary from the Roman period, 325 AD. It have been built by the Roman Materninius Faustinus. In 1926, the building foundation walls and a stone relief image were found.

At Gimmeldingen in the Pfalz a Mithraeum was excavated in 1926. It is situated in the immediate neighbourhood of the ruins of a Gothic chapel in a steep slope between the Oberweg and the Loblocherstrasze. The finds are at Speyer, Historisches Museum der Pfalz. Im am grateful to Dr.
 
 

Related monuments

Inscription of Corax Materninius Faustinus of Gimmeldingen

The inscription was located at the base of the main Tauroctony of the Gimmeldingen Mithraeum

Altar of a Corax from Gimmeldingen

Corax Materninius Faustinus dedicated other monuments found in the same Mithraeum in Gimmeldingen.

 

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