The temple of Mithras was excavated by I. A. Richmond and J. P. Gillam, disclosing three main stages of development, the second exhibiting two reconstructions. The earliest shire was a small one, and had been deliberately dismantled. It contained the usual anteroom and nave with raised couches or benches at each side, and a daïs for altars at the far end.
- Location Brocolita
- City Carrawburgh
- Country United Kingdom
- Latitude and longitude -2.222532, 55.033896
- Dating 201x
- Discovery date 1949
- CIMRM 844
- TNM mmtegb000026
- Notitia Roman Temple of Mithras May Align with Sun on 'Jesus' Birthday'
- Monumentum Cautes Borcovicus
- Monumentum Mithras-Sol Altar from the Carrawburgh