The name of Yperanthes seems to be of Persian origin. He offered an inscription that was walled in the right projecting elevation before the cult niche, in a red frame, in which traces of red and blue colours.
A graffito on the left wall of the temple shows the name of Macarius who may have been one of the brothers of Yperanthes.
Other brothers from Roma
The inscription mentions the name of the donor, Yperanthes, of Persian origin.
Yperanthes / basem inbicto / donum / dedit [ab Mitra].
Yperanthes offered the plinth as a present to the invincible god Mithras.