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Floor mosaic of Mitreo del Palazzo Imperiale

It bears an inscription repeated on each side of the podia.
Floor mosaic from Palazzo Imperiale Mithraeum

Floor mosaic from Palazzo Imperiale Mithraeum / Jan Theo Bakker 

The New Mithraeum
3 Feb 2022

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Two identical inscriptions on the floor ofthe Mithraeum.

Soli invict(o) Mit(hrae) d(onum) d(edit) L. Agrius Calendio.

CIL XIV 56; MMM II No. 131.

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