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  • Locus

    Bingium

    The Celts are the first known to have settled in this place, which they called Binge, meaning rift. Roman troops stationed here in the first century AD rendered the local name as Bingium in Latin.
  • Monumentum

    Altar without inscription of Bingem

    This small monument without inscription was found in Bingem, Germany.

    TNMM725 – CIMRM 1244

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    Petrogeny of Bingen

    This sculpture of Mithras born from a rock was found in 1922 together with two altars in what was probably a mithraeum.

    TNMM691 – CIMRM 1240

    From Germany

  • Monumentum

    Altar with inscription of Bingen

    The monument was dedicated by two brothers, one of them being the Pater of his community.

    TNMM519 – CIMRM 1243

    From Germany

    In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / deo invicto / Mytrhe (sic!) ara/m ex voto dei / de suo impen/dio instituer(unt) / A(ulus) Gratius Iuven/is pater sacroru/m et A(ulus) Gratius Po/tens m(iles) l(egionis…
  • Monumentum

    Mithraic Sol altar with backlight of Bingen

    The altar of the Sun god belongs to the typology of the openwork altar to be illuminated from behind.

    TNMM387 – CIMRM 1241, 1242

    From Germany

    In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) Soli / invicto Mitrae (sic!) / aram Privati Se/cundinus et Ter/tinus et Confinis / ex voto Privati / Tertini v(otum) s(olverunt) l(aeti) l(ibentes) m(erito)
  • Mithraeum

    Mithräum II von Bingen

    A possible Mithraeum II was found in Bingen, but the few remains are not sufficient to prove it.

    TNMM354 – CIMRM 1245

    From Germany