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Altar of Veturius Dubitatus from Dalj

This limestone altar dedicated to Mithras by a certain Veturius Dubitatus was found in Dalj, Croatia, in 1910.
The New Mithraeum
13 Nov 2023

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Limestone altar dedicated to Mithras, found in 1910 in the modern village of Dalj (Croatia), the site of the Roman fort of Teutoburgium. It bears the following inscription

I(nvicto) d(eo) M(ithrae) / [Ve?]t(urius) Du/[bi]tatus / [vet(eranus)] a(lae) I(primae) c(ivium) R(omanorum) 5 / [e]x dupl(icario) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito).

The monument dedicated to Mithras by the veteran Veturius (?) Dubitatus can be dated to the end of the 2nd or the first part of the 3rd century.

ILJug 3 3015; RHP 88; CIMRM 1635; ROPR p 148; AE 1912 129