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Monumentum

Mithräum von Gimmeldingen

The few remains of the Mithraeum of Gimmeldingen are preserved at the Historical Museum of the Palatinate, in Speyer, Germany.
 
 
Mithraeum.eu
2 Jun 2009
 
  • Stone monuments from the Mithras sanctuary in Gimmeldingen

    Stone monuments from the Mithras sanctuary in Gimmeldingen
    Haselburg-Müller 

  • Reproducción del relieve del Mitreo de Gimmeldingen

    Reproducción del relieve del Mitreo de Gimmeldingen
    Mundartpoet 

 

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The St. Nicholas Church was on the premises a Mithras sanctuary from the Roman period, 325 AD. It have been built by the Roman Materninius Faustinus. In 1926, the building foundation walls and a stone relief image were found.

At Gimmeldingen in the Pfalz a Mithraeum was excavated in 1926. It is situated in the immediate neighbourhood of the ruins of a Gothic chapel in a steep slope between the Oberweg and the Loblocherstrasze. The finds are at Speyer, Historisches Museum der Pfalz. Im am grateful to Dr.
 
 

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