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Mithraeum of Dülük

The Mithraeum of Doliche, ancient Dülük, Turkey, is the biggest one found yet and the only one split in two different shrines.
 
 
Mithraeum.eu
17 Jul 2009
 
  • Vista general de situación del Mitreo de Dülük

    Vista general de situación del Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

  • Entrada al Mitreo de Dülük

    Entrada al Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

  • Entrada al Mitreo de Dülük

    Entrada al Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

  • Entrada al Mitreo de Dülük

    Entrada al Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

  • Interior del Mitreo de Dülük

    Interior del Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

  • Interior del Mitreo de Dülük

    Interior del Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

  • Interior del Mitreo de Dülük

    Interior del Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

  • Tauroctonia del Mitreo de Dülük

    Tauroctonia del Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

  • Vista general de situación del Mitreo de Dülük

    Vista general de situación del Mitreo de Dülük
    Hakatani Tenfu 

 

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Dülük Ancient City is located 10 kilometres north of Gaziantep city center, Dülük, whose first known settlement dates back to 600 thousand years. The site is divided into two as 'Ancient City' and 'Sanctuary' . The ancient settlement is under the ground on Keber Hill and its surroundings to the north of Dülük Village. The sanctuary is located on Dülük Baba Hil , approximately 3 kilometers north of Dülük Village.

The Mithraeum of Dülük was unearthed in 1997-1998 as a result of the excavations of Gaziantep Archeology Museum and Germany Münster University.
 
 

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