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  • Monumentum

    Mercury of Groß-Gerau

    The statue was dedicated to Mercury Quillenius, an epithet used to refer to a Celtic god or the Greek Kulúvios.


    Mercurio / Quillenio A(ulus) / Ibliomarius / Placidus nego(otiator) / cas(tello) Mat(tiacorum) lanius / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito).
  • Monumentum

    Incriptions to the gods of East and West

    These two inscriptions by a certain Titus Martialius Candidus are dedicated to Cautes and Cautopates.

    TNMM496 – CIMRM 1214

    D(eo) Or(ienti) / T(itus) Mar/tial(i)us / Candi/dus v(otum) s(olvit) / l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito). D(eo) Oc(cidenti) / [T(itus)] Mar/[ti]al(i)us / Candi/dus v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(eri…
  • Monumentum

    Mithraic meal from Proložac, Croatia

    Mithras and Sol share a sacred meal accompanied by Cautes and Cautopates on a relief found in a cemetery from Croatia.


    Invicto Mithre Stati(i) ursus / et Ursinus pat(er) et fil(ius) v(otum) l(ibentes) p(osuerunt).
  • Syndexios


    Gladiator to whom his companions Cimber and Pietas erected a monument in Colonia, Germania.
  • Syndexios


    Danube region can be traced back to the legions that fought under his command in Armenia.
  • Syndexios

    Marcus Valerius Maximianus

    Clarissimus knight and legate born in Poetovio that helped to disseminate the cult of Mithras in the African provinces.
  • Syndexios

    Aurelius Hermodorus

    Praeses of the Noric Mediterranean province, of equestrian rank, restaured the Mithraeum of Virunum in 311.
  • Notitia

    The MITHRA Project

    Laurent Bricault has revolutionised Mithraic studies with the exhibition The Mystery of Mithras. Meet this professor in Toulouse for a fascinating look at the latest discoveries and what lies ahead.
  • Notitia

    Porphyry’s Cave of Nymphs
    and the Cult of Mithras

    Between the 1st and 4th centuries, Mithraism developed throughout the Roman world. Much material exists, but textual evidence is scarce. The only ancient work that fills this gap is Porphyry’s intense and complex essay.
  • Monumentum

    Triptic of Tróia

    The remains of the mithraic triptic of Tróia, Lusitania, were part of a bigger composition.

    TNMM245 – CIMRM 798