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  • Monumentum

    Mercury of Mérida

    The statue of Mercury in Merida bears a dedication from the Roman Pater of a community in the city in 155.

    TNMM394 – CIMRM 780, 781

    Ann(o) col(oniae) CLXXX / invicto deo Mithrae / sacr(um) / G(aius) Accius Hedychrus / Pater / a(nimo) (libente) plosuit).
  • Monumentum

    Altar by Caius Aemilius Superaius of Merida

    Small white marble altar made in honour of Mithras found at San Albín, Mérida.

    TNMM426 – CIMRM 796

    Deo / invicto / C(aius) Aemilius / Superai[us] / a(nimo) l(ibens) p(osuit).
  • Monumentum

    Arula by Lucius Petreius of Cabrera de Mar

    Small arula with mithraic inscription and dedication to Cautes from a garlic merchant.


    K(auti) d(eo) / L(ucius) Petre/ius Vic/tor ali/arius / d(eo) K(auti) M(ithrae) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito).
  • Syndexios

    Lucius Valerius Monteius

    He dedicated an inscription to Cautes in Baetulo, near present-day Barcelona.
  • Monumentum

    Altar of Mérida from Quintio

    This altar, which has now disappeared, was dedicated by the slave Quintio for the health of a certain Coutius Lupus.

    TNMM520 – CIMRM 794

    Inuicto Deo / Quintio Flaui / Baetici Conim/brig(ensis) ser(uus) / pro sa(lute) Coutii Lupi
  • Mithraeum

    Mitreo de Cabrera de Mar

    The Roman villa of Can Molodell had a sanctuary that has been related to the cult of Mithras.


  • Monumentum

    Cilindric arula from Cabrera de Mar

    Two slaves sign this small monument to Cautes.


    K(auti) v(otum) s(olverunt) / Successus / Elaine / Caesaris
  • Monumentum

    Isis de Mérida

    The Isis of Merida is covered by a long dress that reaches down to her feet.


  • Monumentum

    Cautopates from Casa del Mitreo of Mérida

    The sculpture of the solar god is signed by its author, Demetrios.

    TNMM242 – CIMRM 773, 774

    Invicto sacrum C. Curius Avitus / Acci(o) Hedychro pa(tre). Δημήτριος ἐποίει