The New Mithraeum
30 Oct 2022
Updated on 4 May 2023
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Soli invicto / Mithrae / pro salute Commodi / Antonini Aug(usti) domini n(ostri) /
M. Aurel(ius) Stertinius / Carpus una cum Carpo / proc(uratore) k(astrensi) patre et Her/mioneo et Balbino fratribus v(otum) s(olvit) f(eliciter).
This altar was dedicated to the god Mithras for the health of the emperor Commodus by Marcus Aurelius Stertinius Carpus and his father Carpus, along with Hermioneus and Balbinus. The inscription was first recorded by Stephanus Pighius (1520-1604) in the late 16th