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Altar of Gaius Iulius Crescens of Friedberg for Respectus

This fragmented altar of a certain Caius Iulius Crescens, found in the Mithraeum of Friedberg, bears an inscription to the Mother Goddesses.
Fragmented altar from Friedberg

Fragmented altar from Friedberg

The New Mithraeum
11 Oct 2023

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Fragmentary sandstone altar, found lying on top of another altar dedicated to Sol invincible and bearing a dedication to the matrons engraved on the capital, by a citizen of Gallic or Germanic origin. The upper part of another sandstone altar was also found upside down in the central aisle of the speleum. The inscription is engraved on the façade, on the crown supported by two pilasters. This appears to have been cut away, removing the lower part of the letters in the third line. The inscription in suo indicates that this altar was originally erected on the lands of Pervincus, before being

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