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  • Locus

    Nersae

    Pescorocchiano is a comune in the Province of Rieti in the Italian region of Latium, located about 60 kilometres northeast of Rome and about 30 kilometres southeast of Rieti. Pescorocchiano borders the following municipalities: Borgorose, Carsoli
  • Monumentum

    Taurcotony of Nesce

    The relief of Mithras slaying the bull of Nersae includes several episodes from the exploits of the solar god.

    TNMM420 – CIMRM 650, 651

    From Italy

    Apronianus rei p(ublicae) ark(arius) sua pecunia fecit.
  • Monumentum

    Inscription of Apronianus of Nesce

    The dedicator of this monument is also known for having made a tauroctonic relief in Nesce.

    TNMM689 – CIMRM 648

    From Italy

    . . spelaeu]m Solis invic[ti / Mithrae pro salut]e ordinis et pop[uli / Apronianus arka]rius rei p(ublicae) vetustate [collap]sum / [perm(issu) ordin(is) de] sua pecunia restit[uit].
  • Monumentum

    Inscription of Apronianus to the res publica of the Aequiculi

    This inscription to Mithras Invencible was dedicated by a certain Apronianus in 172 is currently lost.

    TNMM590 – CIMRM 647

    From Italy

    Invicto Mithrae / Apronianus arkar(ius) / rei p(ublicae) d(onum) d(edit). / Dedicatum VII kal(endas) Iul(ias) / Maximo et Orfito co(n)s(ulibus) / per C. Arennium Rea/tinum patrem.
  • Syndexios

    Claudius Arennius Reatinus

    Pater from Nersae, Italia, known by an inscription of his mithraic Apronianus.
  • Syndexios

    Apronianus

    Public treasurer known for several inscriptions to Mithras found in San Silvestro.
  • 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