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Ancient places related to Mithras

Location of Mithraea and other monuments, inscriptions and objects related to Mithras.
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    Augusta Treverorum

    Augusta Treverorum, today's Trier in Rhineland-Palatinate, is considered to be the oldest city in Germany.
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    The area was populated by Iberians, but the origins of Baetulo date back to the 1st century BC, when the Romans founded the city on the Rosés hill. Baetulo was famous for its vineyards, which produced wine for export throughout the Empire.
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    Bourg-Saint-Andéol is a commune in the Ardèche department in the Rhône Valley in southern France.
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    The Celts are the first known to have settled in this place, which they called Binge, meaning rift. Roman troops stationed here in the first century AD rendered the local name as Bingium in Latin.
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    Brigetio, which became Szőny, was an independent town until 1977, when it was incorporated into Komárom. The Roman legion Legio I Adiutrix was stationed here from 86 AD until the middle of the 5th century.
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    Brocolitia, also called Procolita or Brocolita, was an auxiliary settlement on Hadrian's Wall. This site is now known as Carrawburgh.
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    Budaörs is a town in Pest County, in the metropolitan area of Budapest, Hungary. Before the Romans, the Celtic tribe of Eraviscus occupied the area for about 100 years.
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    Kalkar is a municipality in the district of Kleve, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
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    Caere is the Latin name given by the Romans to one of the larger cities of southern Etruria, modern Cerveteri, some 50-60 kilometres north-west of Rome.
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    Caesarea Maritima

    Caesarea was first settled by the Phoenicians in the 4th century BC. In 63 BC, the Romans annexed the region and Caesarea became the seat of the Roman procurators.