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I(nvicto) d(eo) M(ithrae) / Aur(elius) Nectore/ga (centurio) vex (illariorum) Brit(tonum) / Volubili / agentium / l(ibens) l(aetus) merito.
At Volubilis, in Mauritania Tingitana, two inscriptions were found in 1919 in a room near a well where the Fertassa aqueduct ended. According to L. Chatelain, the layout of this room could have been a mithraeum, although this remains to be proven. Both are the work of a centurion of the vexillation of the Brittones (= Bretons), contrary to M. Christol who suggests Brittanniciani, i.e. soldiers belonging to the army of