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Mithraeum I, Ptuj
25 Apr 2010
  • Vista interior del Mithraeum I, Ptuj

    Vista interior del Mithraeum I, Ptuj 

  • Petrogenia del Mithraeum I, Ptuj

    Petrogenia del Mithraeum I, Ptuj 

  • Petrogenesis and two aras devoted to Mithras.

    Petrogenesis and two aras devoted to Mithras. 

  • Front view

    Front view
    Ubi Erat Lupa 


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In the western part of Roman Poetoviona, in today's Spodnja Hajdina, the oldest Mithras shrine in the provinces of the Upper Danube (Mithraeum I) was discovered by Wilhelm Gurlitt, an archaeologist from Graz, Austria, between 1898 and 1899. The shrine was immediately after having been unearthed covered by a protective house.

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