Monuments from Hungary
Monuments, mithraea and other objects related to Mithras from Hungary.
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Tabula ansata from Brigetio
The tablet shows a dedication by a Roman soldier.
Deo Invicto / Ulpius Sabinus / miles legio/nis primae / (A)diutricis.
Mithraeum of Aquincum IV
The Mithraeum of Symphorus and Marcus, in Óbuda, Budapest, has been restored to public view in 2004 and, while well presented, it has been heavily restored.
Mithraeum of Fertőrákos
The temple of Mithras in Fertorakos was constructed by soldiers from the Carnuntum legion at the beginning of the 3rd century AD.
Altar of Libella, Budapest
The dedicant of this altar to the god Arimanius was probably a slave who held the grade of Leo.
Deo Arima/nio Libel/la leo / fratribus / voto dic(avit).
Altar from Aquincum by Castinus
This altar to Mithras is dedicated by a certain Gaius Iulius Castinus, legate prefect of the emperors.
Deo Invicto / Mitrae C(aius) / Iul(ius) Casti/nus leg(atus) Augg(ustorum) / pr(o) pr(aetore).
Inscriptions to Cautes and Cautopates of Aquincum
These two inscriptions appear on two statue bases of the Mithraeum II of Aquincum.
CIMRM 1751, 1752
Deo Cauti / M. Ant(onius) Victorinus / dec(urio) col(oniae) / Aq(uinci) aedilis.
Deo Cau/topati / M. Ant(onius) / Victori/nus / dec(urio) col(oniae) / Aq(uinci) / aedilis.
Tauroctony bronze of Szőny
Szony's bronze plate shows Mithra slaying the bull and the seven planets with attributes at the bottom of the composition.
Mithraeum of Scarbantia
Emperor Julian is supposed to have presided over a human sacrifice in the Mithraeum of Scarbantia, according to N. Massalsky.