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Mithraic vase of Mühltal

The Mühltal Mithraic crater was discovered among the artefacts of a mithraeum found in Pfaffenhoffen am Inn, Bavaria.
 
 
PublishedMithraeum.eu
13 Jan 2022
Updated on 3 Feb 2022
 
  • Mithraic crater of Mühltal

    Mithraic crater of Mühltal
    The New Mithraeum / Andreu Abuín (CC BY-SA) 

  • Mithraic crater of Mühltal

    Mithraic crater of Mühltal
    The New Mithraeum / Andreu Abuín (CC BY-SA) 

  • Mithraic crater of Mühltal

    Mithraic crater of Mühltal
    The New Mithraeum / Andreu Abuín (CC BY-SA) 

 

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This terra sigillata crater of the Dragendorff 54 type, restored from numerous fragments, is a product of the workshops at Westendorf St. Peter, in Bavaria. It was among the objects at a sanctuary of Mithras discovered in 1977-1978 near Pfaffenhoffen am Inn. This Mithraeum, established around 100 C.E, was part of a customs station set up between the provinces of Rhaetia and Noricum, along the road that crossed the Inn River and led from Salzburg (luvanum) to Augsburg (Augusta Vindelicum).
 
 

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