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Mithraeum of Symphorus

The temple of Mithras has been restored to public view in 2004 and, while well presented, it has been heavily restored.
10 Jun 2009

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Orientation E-W. 10m x 18m.

Consists of single anteroom and cella with a rectangular room attached to southest side of the shrine and accessed from a door in the anteroom. Shallow central aisle only one foot below ground level. The tauroctony statue group was recovered in fragments and was able to be almost completely restored. The dedication of the group was made by a certain Symphorus and the shrine has been named after him.

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