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  • Monumentum

    Silvanus of Skikda

    The statue of Skikda has seven holes in his hair for fastening rays.

    TNMM320 – CIMRM 126

    From Algeria

  • Monumentum

    Altar by Marcus Aurelius Sabinus

    This altar to the god Sol invicto Mithra was erected by a legate during Maximin's reign in Lambaesis, Numidia.

    TNMM616 – CIMRM 134

    From Algeria

    Deo Sol(i) in/victo Mi/thrae / M. Aurel(ius) / M(arci) f(ilius) Sergi/s Carnu/nto Sabi/nus prae/fect(us) leg(ionis) / III aug(ustae) p(iae) v(indicis) / Maximi/nianae v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito…
  • Syndexios

    Marcus Aurelius Sabinus

    Pro praetor legate during the reign of Maxime, he dedicated an altar to Mithras in Lambaesis.
  • Mithraeum

    Mithraeum of Cirta

    An inscription mentioning a speleum decorated by Publilius Ceionius suggests the location of a mithraeum in Cirta, the capital of Numidia.

    TNMM615 – CIMRM 129

    Speleum cum [sig]/nis et omamen[tis] / Publilius Ceion[ius] / Caecina Albinu[s v(ir) c(larissimus)].
  • Locus


    Cirta, also known by various other names in antiquity, was the ancient Berber and Roman settlement which later became Constantine, Algeria.
  • Locus


    Tiddis was a Roman city that depended on Cirta and a bishopric as Tiddi, which remains a Latin Catholic titular see. It was located on the territory of the current commune of Bni Hamden in the Constantine Province of eastern Algeria.
  • Locus


    Icosium was a Berber city that was part of Numidia which became an important Roman colony and an early medieval bishopric in the casbah area of actual Algiers.
  • Locus


    Lambaesis, Lambaisis or Lambaesa, is a Roman archaeological site in Algeria, 11 km southeast of Batna and 27 km west of Timgad, located next to the modern village of Tazoult.
  • Monumentum

    Inscription of Aphrodisius

    This inscription by a certain Aphrodisius was found under the old city hall of Algiers.

    TNMM536 – CIMRM 151

    From Algeria

    Mithrae / Aphrodisius / Corneliorum / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) a(nimo)
  • Syndexios

    Aphrodisius Corneliorum

    Aphrodisius, probably of Greek origin, must have been a slave of the Cornelii.