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Your search sculpture gave 20 results.

  1. MONUMENTUM

    This sculpture may be a naked dadophorus, probably Cautopates.

  2. MONUMENTUM

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

  3. MONUMENTUM

    Lion headed sculpture of Aion from Mérida.

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

  5. MONUMENTUM

    Tauroctony found at Arsha wa Qibar, Syria.

  6. MONUMENTUM

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

  7. MITHRAEUM

    For the first time, a Mithraeum has been discovered in Corsica, at the site of Mariana, Lucciana (Haute-Corse).

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  9. MITHRAEUM

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

  10. MONUMENTUM

    The Aion-Chronos of Mérida was found near the bullring of the South Spanish city, once capital of the Roman province.

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  12. MITHRAEUM

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

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  15. MITHRAEUM

    The Mithraeum of Vulci is remarkable because of his high benches and the arches below them.

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  17. MONUMENTUM

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

  18. LIBER

    'Avec la découverte récente du mithréum de Septeuil (Oise), c'est un des plus riches apports de ces dernières années à notre connaissance de la religion mithriaque.' Henri Lavagne, Revue de l'Histoire des Religions, 1989. http://www.brill.

  19. 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.

  20. LIBER

    M. J. Vermaseren, Mithriaca IV. Le monument d'Ottaviano Zeno et le culte de Mithra sur le Célius. - Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1978. - 24 χ 15,5, ix +, 64 p., 1 frontispice, 1 fig. dans le texte, 38 pi. d'ili, h. t., index. EPRO t. 16.

 

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