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Mithraeum of Ay-Todor

The site of Ay-Todor in the Crimea revealed a Roman camp, a temple with votive offerings and a Mithraeum.
24 Aug 2021
Updated 24 Aug 2021

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E. von Stern in Klio IX, 1909, 149 n. 3 gives a short notice about the discovery of a Mithraeum at Aitador in the Crimea:

'Im Aitador, in dem Besitz S. Kaiserl. Hoheit des Grossfürsten Alexander Michailowicz, sind bei den Ausgrabungen, die der sieh für die Archaologie interessierende Grossfürst ausführt, nicht nur die Reste eines romischen Lagers, sondem auch eines Tempels mit Votivgaben und eines Mithräums aufgedeckt worden'.

In the Aitador, in the possession of His Imperial Highness the Grand Duke Alexander Michailowicz.

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