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Monumentum

Two-sided relief of Dieburg

The relief of Dieburg shows Mithras riding a horse as main figure, surrounded by several scenes of the myth.
 
 
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31 Dec 2020
 
  • Front side of the relief of Dieburg

    Front side of the relief of Dieburg
    Tertullian.org / Vermaseren 

  • Back side of the relief of Dieburg

    Back side of the relief of Dieburg
    Tertullian.org / Vermaseren 

  • Front side of the relief of Dieburg

    Front side of the relief of Dieburg
    Carole Raddato 

 

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A relief in red sandstone (H. 0.902 Br. 0.855 D. 0.09). All finds from this Mithraeum are at Dieburg, Kreismuseum, Marktplatz 1. Inv. No. 220/52.

Behn, M. Dieburg, 8ff and Pls. I-II; Gnomon, l.c. and figs. 1-2; Angelos, l.c. figs. 8-9; Umschau, l.c., figs. 1-2; Leipoldt, figs. 23-24; Esp. Rec. Germ., 163ff and fig.; Koepp, Germ. Rom., Pl. XXXVI; Buday in Dolgozatok VI, 13ff and fig.; Clemen in ARW XXXIV, 1937, 217ff. See figs. 323-324.
 

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