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Mithraeum of Memphis (Kom Dafbaby)

At about a mile's distance from the village of Mit-Rahine near Memphis a Mithraeum has been discovered, which itself has not yet been described.
 
 
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28 May 2007
 
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  • Detail of the Tauroctony of Hermopolis

    Detail of the Tauroctony of Hermopolis
    Michael Fuller 

  • Tauroctony of Hermopolis

    Tauroctony of Hermopolis
    Michael Fuller 

  • Aion of Memphis

    Aion of Memphis
    CIMRM 

 

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At about a mile's distance from the village of Mit-Rahine near Memphis a Mithraeum has been discovered, which itself has not yet been described. The finds have been transported to the Museum of Cairo.
 
 

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Tauroctony of Memphis

This Mithras killing the Bull relief from Memphis, Egypt, it is preserved in the Museum of Cairo.

Tauroctony from Hermopolis

In the Tauroctony of Hermopolis, Cautes and Cautopates are placed over two columns at each side of the sacrifice.

Aion of Memphis

This statue of the god lion-head was found in Memphis, Egypt.

 

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