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  • Monumentum

    Plaque of Astorga

    This slab dedicated to the invincible god, Serapis and Isis by Claudius Zenobius was found in 1967 in the walls of the city of Astorga, Spain.


    Invicto Deo / Serapidi et / Isidi / Cl(audius) Zenobius / Proc(urator) Aug(usti).
  • Monumentum

    Inscription of Tarragona

    This fragment of the base of a statue from Tarragona, Spain, bears an inscription which appears to be dedicated to the invincible Mithras.

    TNMM743 – CIMRM 806

    [--- Invi]cto Mithra[e]….
  • Locus


    The capital of Hispania Tarraconensis, Tarraco is the oldest Roman settlement on the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Locus

    Asturica Augusta

    Astorga is a municipality and city of Spain located in the central area of the province of León, in the autonomous community of Castilla y León, 43 kilometres southwest of the provincial capital.
  • Monumentum

    Slab of Quintus Claudius from Santiponce

    Recent interpretations link this marble inscription to the cult of the goddess Nemesis.

    TNMM733 – CIMRM 768

    Q(uintus) C(laudius) C.... / D(eo) i(nvicto) S(oli).
  • Locus


    Málaga is a municipality of Spain, capital of the Province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia.
  • Monumentum

    Triptic of Tróia

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

    TNMM245 – CIMRM 798

  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of Santiponce

    This unfinished Mithras tauroctonos without the usual surrounding animals was found in 1923 in Italica, near Seville, Spain.

    TNMM659 – CIMRM 769

  • Locus


    Italica was an ancient Roman city in Hispania; its site is close to the town of Santiponce in the province of Seville, Spain.
  • Mithraeum

    Mitreo de la Tumba del Elefante

    Set in a Roman necropolis, the so-called Mithraeum of the Elephant takes its name from an elephant statue found in one of the tombs.