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  • Video

    Mithras Aquincumban – virtuális bemutató I. rész

    Video report in Hungarian by the Aquincum Museum on the Mithraic discoveries in the region.
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    Mithraeum II of Aquincum in Victorinus’s house

    This temple of Mithras in Aquincum was located within the private house of the decurio Marcus Antonius Victorinus.

    TNMM84 – CIMRM 1750, 1751

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    Mithraeum VI of Aquincum

    A sixth temple dedicated to Mithras has been identified for the first time in the military sector of the ancient Roman city of Aquincum.


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    Mithraeum V of Aquincum

    The fifth mithraeum from Aquincum has been found in the house of a military tribune.


  • Monumentum

    Second petrogey of Aquincum

    Another sculpture of Mithras rock-birth from the Mithraeum of Victorinus, in Aquincum.

    TNMM478 – CIMRM 1756

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    Mithraeum IV of Aquincum

    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.

    TNMM85 – CIMRM 1767

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    Mithraeum I of Aquincum

    The Mithraeum of Aquincum I existed in the potter's quarter of the ancient city of Budapest.

    TNMM356 – CIMRM 1742

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    Petrogenia of Aquincum

    In Aquincum petrogenia, Mithras holds the usual dagger and torch as he emerges from the rock.

    TNMM178 – CIMRM 1758

  • Syndexios

    Marcus Antonius Victorinus

    A powerful and wealthy man, founder of a mithraeum in the city of Aquincum of which he was the mayor.
  • Monumentum

    Altar of Libella, Budapest

    The dedicant of this altar to the god Arimanius was probably a slave who held the grade of Leo.

    TNMM403 – CIMRM 1773

    Deo Arima/nio Libel/la leo / fratribus / voto dic(avit).