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    MITHRAEUM
    Mithraeum of Rudchester
    The Mithraeum of Rudchester was discovered in 1844 on the brow of the hill outside the roman station.

    CIMRM 838

    United Kingdom

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    MONUMENTUM
    Tauroctony relief of Alba Iulia
    The relief of Mithra slaying the bull from Apulum, Romania, has been missing until the scholar Csaba Szabó identified it in the diposit of the Arad Museum.

    CIMRM 1938

    Romania

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

    CIMRM 545

    Italy

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    MONUMENTUM
    Album of Sentinum
    This inscription reveals the names of 36 cultori of Sentinum, one of whom bears the title of pater leonum.

    CIMRM 688

    Cultores D(ei) S(olis) I(nvicti) Mithrae / patroni, prosedente C. Propertio Profuturo. Coiedius Proculus / Ligurius Theodotus / Mussius Vindex / Coiedius Hilarianus / Sentin(as) pater leonum...
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    Mithraeum under the Basilica of S. Lorenzo
    In 1938 this Mithraeum was found 3.45 mtrs under the Basilica of S. Lorenzo in Damaso, in a cellar near the Sacrament's Chapel.

    CIMRM 421

    Italy

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    MONUMENTUM
    Tauroctonia del Cortile del Belvedere
    White marble relief depicting Mithras slaying the bull, dedicated by Atimetus.

    CIMRM 546, 547

    Italy

    Soli invicto deo / Atimetus Aug(ustorum) n(ostrorum) ser(vus) act(uarius) praediorum Romaniarorum.
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    Mitreo di Santa Prisca
    The Mithraeum of Santa Prisca houses remarkable frescoes showing the initiates in procession.

    CIMRM 476

    Italy

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    NOTITIA
    Mapping Roman sanctuaries in the Danubian provinces
    The Digital Atlas of Roman Sanctuaries in the Danubian Provinces (DAS) is the first comprehensive digital and open access representation of sacralised spaces founded and maintained during the Principate in the territory of the Danubian provinces.
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    MITHRAEUM
    Mitreo di San Clemente
    The Mithraeum under the Basilica of San Clemente made part of a notable Roman house.

    CIMRM 338

    Italy

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    MITHRAEUM
    Mitreo del Circo Massimo
    The Mithraeum of the Circus Maximus was discovered in 1931 during work carried out to create a storage area for the scenes and costumes of the Opera House within the Museums of Rome building.

    CIMRM 434

    Italy

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    MITHRAEUM
    Mithräum von Königsbrunn
    The Mithraeum of Koenigsbrunn is the only one preserved in the ancient Roman province of Rhaetia, current Bavaria.

    Germany

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    MITHRAEUM
    Mitreo Barberini
    The Barberini Mithraeum was discovered in 1936 in the garden of the Palazzo Barberini, owned by Conte A. Savorgnan di Brazza.

    CIMRM 389

    Italy

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    Thrasyllus of Mendes
    Thrasyllus was an Egyptian of Greek descent grammarian, astrologer and a friend of the Roman emperor Tiberius.
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    MITHRAEUM
    Mithraeum of La Bâtie-Montsaléon
    During the excavations of 1804-1805, a series of monuments dedicated to Mithras and a temple were discovered at ancient Mons Seleucus.

    France

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    Aurelian
    Roman emperor of humble origin who reunited the Empire and repelled the pressure of barbarian invasions and internal revolts.
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    MONUMENTUM
    Inscription to Mithras by from Köln
    Votive inscription dedicated to Mithras by the veteran soldier Tiberius Claudius Romanius, from the Mithraeum II Köln, 3rd century.

    Germany

    D(eo) I(nvicto) M(ithrae) S(oli) s(ocio) / Tiberius Cl(audius) / Romaniu[s] / veteranu[s] / l(ibens) m(erito).
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    Tiberius Claudius Romanius
    Veteran from Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium (Köln) who erected an inscritiption to Mithras and his ally Sol.
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    Elagabalus
    Roman emperor at the age of 14, from 218 to his death in 222, Elagabalus was a main priest of the sun god Elagabal in Emesa.
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    Valerian
    Roman emperor from 253 to 260, he was taken captive by Shapur I of Persia. He was thus the first emperor to be captured as a prisoner of war.
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    MONUMENTUM
    Inscription of the Olympius for a Leo
    The inscription explains the transmission of the fourth Mithraic degree through the Paters of the Mitraeum of San Silvestro.

    CIMRM 400

    Italy

    Constantio VIllI et Iuliano II con[s(ulibus)] / Nonius Victor Olympius v(ir) c(larissimus) p(ater) p(atrum) / et Aur(elius) Victor Augentius v(ir) [c(larissimus)] pater / tradiderunt leontica IIII...