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Your search poetovio gave 12 results.

  • Locus


    The Romans controlled Poetovium until the 1st century BC. It became the base camp of the Legio XIII Gemina, where they built a castrum.
  • Syndexios


    Hyacinthus, like Hermadio, seems to have been one of the profets of Mithraism in the Dacian region.
  • Monumentum

    Altar by Hermanio of Poetovio

    A certain Hermanio has been identified in the dedication of several monuments in different cities in Dacia and even in Rome.


    From Slovenia

    Cauti // pro salute Fl(avi) / Hermadionis / et Aviti Syriac(i) / et filiorum / Felix libert(us)
  • Mithraeum

    Mithraeum I of Ptuj

    The Mithraeum I of Ptuj contains the foundation, altars, reliefs and cult imagery found in it.

    TNMM185 – CIMRM 1487

    From Slovenia

  • Monumentum

    Altar with inscription and symbolic figures from Ptuj

    This altar from Ptuj, present-day Poetovio, is decorated with various Mithraic animals such as a tortoise, a cock and a crow and other objects.

    TNMM413 – CIMRM 1496, 1497

    From Slovenia

    Invict(o) Mithrae / et Transitu dei / Theodorus p(ublici) p(ortorii) / scrut(ator) stat(ionis) Poet(ovionensis) / ex visu.
  • Mithraeum

    Mithraeum V of Ptuj

    Part of the finds from the fifth Mithraeum of Ptuj is kept in the Hotel Mitra in the modern city.


    From Slovenia

  • Syndexios


    Servus of a certain Primus, Prudentus offered a sculpture of Mithras rock-birth in Poetovio.
  • Syndexios

    Marcus Valerius Maximianus

    Clarissimus knight and legate born in Poetovio that helped to disseminate the cult of Mithras in the African provinces.
  • Syndexios


    Hermadio's inscriptions have been found in Dacian Tibiscum and Sarmizegetusa, as well as in Rome.
  • Syndexios


    Scrutator of the customs of the Poetovio station, Theodorus erected an altar to Mithras following a vision.