This site uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience.
Find out more on how we use cookies in our privacy policy.


Log in to access the full database of The New Mithraeum.


The New Mithraeum Database

Find news, articles, monuments, persons, books and videos related to the Cult of Mithras.

Your search latium gave 270 results.

  • Mithraeum

    Mithraeum of the Baths of Caracalla

    The Mitreo delle terme di Caracalla is one of the largest temples dedicated to Mithras ever found in Rome.

    TNMM16 – CIMRM 457

  • Monumentum

    Inscription of Santi Marcellino e Pietro al Laterano

    This inscription mentions a Pater for the first known time.

    TNMM511 – CIMRM 362

    Soli / invicto Mithrae / T. Flavius Aug(usti) lib(ertus) Hyginus / Ephebianus / d(onum) d(edit). Ἡλίῳ Μίθραι / Τ(ίτος) Φλάουιος Ὑγεῖος / διὰ Λολλίου Ρο…
  • Syndexios

    Aulus Aemilius Antoninus

    The pater Aulus Aemilianus Antoninus dedicated an altar to Cautes in the Mitreo delle Pareti Dipinte.
  • Monumentum

    Altar at Caseggiato di Diana

    This altar was originally consecrated to Hercules and was rededicated to Mithras by Callinicus in the Mithraeum of the House of Diana.

    TNMM582 – CIMRM 219, 220

    M. Lollianus / Callinicus pater / aram deo / do(num) de(dit)
  • Monumentum

    Fragment with inscription to Arimanius Casa di Diana

    The image of the god Arimanius to which this monument refers has not yet been found.

    TNMM482 – CIMRM 221, 222

    M(arco) Lolliano Callinico patre / Q. Petronius Felix Marsus / [..]L (?) signum Arimanium do(o) ded(it) d(edicavit).
  • Mithraeum

    Mitreo dei Serpenti

    The Mithraeum of the Snakes preserves paintings of serpents, representing Genius Loci, part of an older private sanctuary, which were respected in the temple of Mithras.

    TNMM8 – CIMRM 294

  • Syndexios

    Nigidius Figulus

    Pythagorean and mage.
  • Monumentum

    Grand camée de France

    Some authors have speculated that the flying figure dressed in oriental style and holding a globe could be Mithras.


  • Monumentum

    Aion of Orazio Muti

    This monument has been identified from 'Memorie di varie antichità trovate in diversi luoghi della città di Roma', a book by Flaminio Vacca of 1594.


  • Monumentum

    Aion of Villa Albani

    White marble statue of Lion-head god of time, formerly in the Villa Albani, nowadays in the Musei Vaticani.

    TNMM123 – CIMRM 545