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Slave on a farm in Valentia, Hispania, who dedicated an altar to the invincible Mithras.

  • Altar from Benifaió.

    Altar from Benifaió.
    Hispania Epigraphica 

of Lucanus

TNMP 157

Given the mononym, Lucanus is understood to be a slave in the literal sense, in accordance with the organisation of work and social relations on a farm like the one to which he belonged.


Altar of Benifayó

TNMM 528

This altar found in Benifaió, València, was erected by a slave called Lucanus.

Invicto / Mithrae / Lucanus / Ser(vus).
To the invincible Mithras the slave Lucanus.



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