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  1. MONUMENTUM

    The Mithraic vessel of Ballplatz, Mainz, shows the seven grades with some attributes.

  2. MONUMENTUM

    Fresco shows part of the initiation to the Mithras mysteries at the Mitreo de Santa Maria Capua Vetere.

  3. MONUMENTUM

    Mithras born from the rock with a snake raising in coils around it.

  4. NOTITIA

    Recontextualizing the Initiation rituals of the Roman Mystery Cult of Mithras.

  5. NOTITIA

    The ancient Roman worshippers were likely in altered states of consciousness.

  6. LIBER

    Anthropological evidence has long suggested that psychedelic plants have played important roles in indigenous communities for thousands of years, but most scholarship does not address their larger sphere of influence on western culture.

  7. LIBER

    In Vergil’s Aeneid, the poet implies that those who have been initiated into mystery cults enjoy a blessed situation both in life and after death.

  8. MITHRAEUM

    The Mitreo de Santa Prisca houses remarkable frescoes showing the initiates in procession.

  9. MONUMENTUM

    The painting shows four persons that have been related to three mithraic grades.

  10. LIBER

    From page one, Nabarz showers the reader with dense historical information about the origins of Mithras, an ancient Persian protector god whose worship can be traced as far back as the second millennium B.C.E.

  11. LIBER

    Dans le monde gréco-romain, Mithra n'est pas un dieu parmi les autres, ni comme les autres. Venu d'ailleurs avec un lointain héritage indo-européen, il n'est pas lié à tel ou tel sanctuaire topique.

  12. LIBER

    Le livre de Walter Burkert permet de comprendre mieux ce que représentaient pour les hommes et les femmes de l’Antiquité les initiations aux mystères: mystères d'Eleusis, mystères dionysiaques, mystères de la Grande Mère, mystères d'Isis, mystè...

  13. LIBER

    Known as Mitra to the Indians, Mithra and Zarathustra (Zoroaster in Greek) to the Iranians, and Mithras to the Romans, this is the oldest of all living deities.

  14. LIBER

    On Mithraism and Freemasonry J.R. Russell, P.M.

  15. LIBER

    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.

  16. LIBER

    Robert Turcan, Mithras Platonicus. Recherches sur l'hellénisation philosophique de Mithra. Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1975. 24 x 15,5, xι + 145 p., 5 pi. d'illustr. h. t., 2 index (Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'Empire romain, t. 47).

  17. LIBER

    CAMPBELL (L.A.) Mithraic Iconography and Ideology Leyde E.J Brill 1968 444 p. 26 figures 45 planches Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans empire romain XI) Auteur d'une Typologie de Mithra taurochtone, L.A.

  18. LIBER

    W. Vollgraff, Une inscription gravée sur un vase cultuel mithriaque. Extrait de : Mededelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen. Afd. Letterkunde. Nieuwe Reeks, Deel 18, N° 8, pp. 205-218, 2 figg. et 1 pi. Prix : 1,25 fl.

  19. LIBER

    Franz Cumont. — Les Religions orientales dans le paganisme romain, 4e éd. revue, illustrée et annotée. Un vol. in-8° carré de XVI et 339 pages. Paris, Librairie orientaliste Paul Geuthner, 1929.

 

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