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  • Monumentum

    Column of Callimorphus

    Callimorphus dedicated this image of the sun god to the invincible sun 'Mythra'.

    TNMM35 – CIMRM 17

    From Turkey

    Solem / Soli invicto / Mythrae / pro salute et incolu/mitate / Chresimi Aug(ustorum) / n(ostrorum) dispensatoris / Callimorphus arkar/ius eiusdem / votum solvit / libens animo.
  • Locus


    Caesarea, also known historically as Mazaca, was an ancient city in what is now Kayseri, Turkey.
  • Syndexios


    Callimorphus was a cashier (arkarius) of the estates of Chresimus, steward of emperors.
  • Monumentum

    Gnostic amulet with Mithras monogram

    This silver amulet depicts Abraxas on one side and the first verses of the Book of Genesis in Hebrew on the other.


  • Locus

    Caesarea Maritima

    Caesarea was first settled by the Phoenicians in the 4th century BC. In 63 BC, the Romans annexed the region and Caesarea became the seat of the Roman procurators.
  • Mithraeum

    Mithraeum of Caesarea Maritima

    This shrine developed towards the end of 2nd century and remained active until beginning 4th.


    From Israel

  • Liber

    The Mithraeum at Caesarea Martima. The joint expedition to Caesarea Maritima excavation reports, volume II (2017)

    In 1973, Robert J. Bull began the excavation of a vault on the south side of the Inner Harbor of Caesarea Maritima, Israel. The vault was one of a row of warehouses built to store goods unloaded from the harbor built by Herod the Great. This monograph beg
  • Liber

    Mithriaca III. The Mithraeum at Marino (1982)

    M.J. VERMASEREN, Mithriaca III. The Mithraeum at Marino (Etudes préliminaires aux Religions orientales dans l'Empire romain, T. 16).— Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1982.— 24 χ 15,5, XIII + 105 p., 1 frontispice en couleurs, plusieurs illustr. dans le t., 32 pi (do