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Your search mithras gave 113 results.

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    The sculpture of the solar god is signed by its author, Demetrios.

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    Marble group of Mithras killing the Bull sold by Antiqurium Ltd, New York...

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    Despite the current political landscape of the US, we can look to antiquity to see that the red cap was actually once a symbol of citizenship and welcome to the foreigner.

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    The relief of Dieburg shows Mithras riding a horse as main figure, surrounded by several scenes of the myth.

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    The relief of Mithras killing the bull of Zadar includes a naked Sol in a quadriga.

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    Mithras Petrogenitus, born from the rock, from the Mithraeum of Carnuntum III.

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

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    The Mitreo dei Mitreo dei Marmi Colorati takes its name after the discovery of a black-and-white mosaic of Pan fighting with Eros...

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    Mithras Petrogenitus from Saint-Aubin en France.

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    Tauroctony from a gemme, printed on Le gemme antiche figurate di Leonardo Agostini ...

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    Imprint on glass of a Tauroctony exposed at Winckelmann Museum.

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    Tauroctony in black marble on display at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California.

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    Glass paste imprint depicting the Tauroctony surrounded by symbolic figures.

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    Fresco du Mithraeum de Hawarte, Syria, depicts Mithras' victory over the Sun.

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    A Mithraeum was discovered in 2007, during the excavations at the Zerzevan Castle.

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    The relief of naked Roman soldier, wearing a mantle and a Phrygian cap, has been related to the Mithras' cult.

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    Possibly a Mithraic scene discovered in Mödling, Austria.

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    Votive sculpture of Mithras sacrificing the bull from the Mithraeum of Tarquinia.

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

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

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

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    Over the course of the second century CE, worship of the Persianate god Mithras swept across the whole of the Roman Empire.

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    Visitors to new museum will uncover mystery cult of Mithras the bull slayer in multi-sensory experience.

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    In this work, Attilio Mastrocinque cautions against an approach to Mithraism based on the belief that this mystic cult resembles Christianity.

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    Mithraic engraving with cosmological and symbolic elements.

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    White marble relief depicting Mithras slaying the bull, dedicated by Atimetus.

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    This Mithras killing the bull belonged to an artist before being exposed in the Musei Vatican under Pius VI.

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    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.

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    The head of Mithras of Angers has been found a four months after the main relief.

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    The Mithréum d'Angers contained numerous objects, including coins, oil lamps and a ceramic vessel engraved with a votive inscription to the invincible god Mithras.

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    The first Roman Tauroctony known.

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    The London Mithraeum has been contextualized and relocated in its original emplacement.

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    In the Casa del Mitreo in Mérida, ancient Emerita Augustus, archaeologists have found several monuments related to Mithras cult.

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    The Mithraeum of the terms of Mithras takes its name from being installed in the service area of the Baths of Mithras.

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    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.

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    Mithras galloping, in a cypress forest, carrying a globe in one hand and accompanied by a lion and a snake.

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    The main Tauroctony of the Mitreo de Santa Maria Capua Vetere is a fresco including a white bull.

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    The Tauroctony of Saarbourg (Sarrebourg, ancient Pons Sarravi), France, contains most of Mithras deeds known in a single relief.

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    The marble shows Mithras slaying the bull, on one side, and Sol and Mithras feasting on a bull skin, on the other.

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    The Mitreo Fagan revealed remarkable sculptures of leon-headed figures now exposed at the Vatican Museum.

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    Mithras Tauroctony on bronze exposed at the Metropolitan Museum of New York.

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    The Mithras of Cabra is the only Tauroctony found in Spain yet.

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    Mithras slaying the bull bought by the Louvre Museum in 1807.

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    The relief of Bourg-Saint-Andéol depicting Mithras killing the bull has been chiseled on the rock.

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    The relief depict several original scenes from the myth of Mithras.

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    The inscription has been related to the Mithraeum of Aldobrandini, in Ostia.

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    The Villa del Mitra or Casa del Mitra takes its name from the discovery of a Mithras Tauroctonus in the vicinity.

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    The most relevant of the Syran Mithraea was discovered in 1934.

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    The exploration of an old pazo, a manor house, near the Roman wall, in Lugo, led to the discovery of a Roman domus, which existed continuously from the beginnings of the Christian Era until the Late Empire.

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    The Mithraeum of Marino is the longest temple devoted to Mithras know hitherto.

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    The Mitreo delle terme di Caracalla is the largest temple devoted to Mithras found in Roma.

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    The Mithraeum under the Basilica of San Clemente made part of a notable Roman house.

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

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    The person who commanded the sculpture may have been M. Umbilius Criton, documented in the Mitreo della Planta Pedis.

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    A study of the religious system of Mithraism, one of the 'mystery cults' popular in the Roman Empire contemporary with early Christianity.

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    Mithras Reader: An academic and religious journal of Greek, Roman, and Persian studies is dedicated to all the religions of the classical world in all its aspects-literature, history, poetry and philosophy.

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    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.

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    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.

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    Holmes Publishing Group, 1993. A FINE COPY, bound in custom wraps with parchment overlay. The development of Mithraism with special attention to its relationship with Gnosticism.

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    Just hundred years after the first edition of Albrecht Dietrich's Eine Mithrasliturgie (Leipzig 1903; 1923), the present book offers a complete new edition of so complex a text.

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    For most of the twentieth century the major problem addressed by scholarship on both Roman Mithraism and the Iranian god Mithra was the question of continuity.

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    Avant-propos Ce volume comprend, à côté de nombreux comptes rendus, regroupés dans le fascicule 2, une série de dossiers traitant de thèmes chers à la revue (l'Orient hellénisé), ou illustrant une approche pluridisciplinaire.

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    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.

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

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    The Mithras cult first became evident in Rome towards the end of the first century AD. During the next two centuries, it spread to the frontiers of the Western empire.

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    'The book requires careful reading, because the style is tight and the plot is complex, but there can be no doubt that it is one of the most challenging, creative, and convincing monographs written on the Mithraic Mysteries.' John R.

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    '...breaks new ground in the fields of Greek and Roman religion and Roman army studies.' Bibliographie zur Symbolik, Ikonographie und Mythologie, 15, 1982. 'This brief study makes some genuine contributions...' Robert A. Wild, S.J.

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    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).

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    Vivienne J. Walters, The cult of Mithras in the Roman Provinces of Gaul. Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1974 ; 24 X 15,5, xm + 175 p., 1 frontispice, 40 pi. d'illust. et 2 dépliants h. t., 6 index.

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    Mithras: the Fellow in the Cap (1958) examined, with autodidactic zeal, the sun-worshipping cult, discerning the pagan roots of Christian rites with ‘disturbing conclusions about Christian orthodoxy’ (J. Wynne-Tyson, 354).

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