Mitreo di Lucrezio Menandro
The Mithraeum of Lucretius Menander was installed in the early 3rd century in an alley to the east of a Hadrianic building named after the solar god temple.
Deo Invicto Mithrae / Diocles ob honorem / C. Lucreti Menandri / Patris / D(ono) D(edit) D(edicavit).
Mithraeum de Septeuil
The Mithraeum of Septeuil, Yvelines, was accommodated at the 4th century in an oldest sanctuary of the source.
Mithraeum of Sidon
The Mithraeum of Sidon escaped destruction because the followers of Mithras walled off the entrance to the underground sanctuary.
Mithraeum of Mackwiller
The Mackwiller Mithraeum was built in the middle of the 2nd century, during the reign of Antoninus the Pious, on the site of a spring already worshipped by the natives.
Mithraeum of Strasbourg
Lors de la construction de l’église Saint-Paul en 1911, un mithraeum a été mis au jour à Koenigshoffen/Königshoffen, vicus gallo-romain situé aux abords du camp légionnaire de Strasbourg-Argentorate.
Mithraeum of Tiddis
The Mithraeum was housed in a cave. The vault is almost dome-shaped and in front of the cave there is enough space for a possible adjacent temple.
I(nvicto) M(ithrae) cultore/s de suo a s/olo / (a)edifi[c]arun(t).
Mitreo di S. Silvestro in Capite
This Mithraic temple, aka Mithraeum of the Olympii, was discovered in the 15th century in Rome, although traces have been lost except for a few monuments with remarkable inscriptions.
Mitreo Sacellum delle Tre Navate
The Mithraeum in the Chapel of the Three Naves was not linked to the cult of Mithras until recently because of a mosaic showing a pig, in the belief that it was an animal unfit for consumption in a temple of Eastern origin.
Mithraeum of Dura Europos
The most emblematic of the Syrian Mithraea was discovered in 1933 by a team led by the Russian historian Mikhaïl Rostovtzeff.
Mithraeum of Virunum
A bronze plaque records the existence of a mithraeum at Virunum that collapsed and was rebuilt by members of the community.
Mithräum von Dormagen
Workman digging in a field near Dormagen found a vault. Against one of the walls were found two monuments related to Mithras.
Deo Soli i(nvicto) M(ithrae) p(ro) s(alute) i(mperatoris) Suran l(ibertus) dupl(icarius) ale Noricorum ci(vis) Trax v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito).
Mithraeum of Sarmizegetusa
The large number of monuments found at the Mithraeum of Sarmizegetusa and the sheer size of the temple are unusual.
CIMRM 2027, 2033
Mithraeum de Vienne
Emperor Julian may have been initiated into the cult of the god Mithras at the Mithraeum of Vienne, France, according to Turcan.
CIMRM 903, 904
Mithraeum of Carrawburgh
The temple of Mithras of Carrawburgh, Brocolita, disclosed three main stages of development, the second exhibiting two reconstructions.
Mithräum von Gimmeldingen
The few remains of the Mithraeum of Gimmeldingen are preserved at the Historical Museum of the Palatinate, in Speyer, Germany.
Mithraeum of Rožanec
According to Hitzinger remnants of animal bones were found in front of the relief of the Mithraeum at Rozanec.
D(eo) i(nvicto) M(ithrae) / d(omino) P(ublius) P(ublii) Aelii Nepos et / Proculus et Firminus / pro salute sua suorumque.
Mitreo di Santa Prisca
The Mithraeum of Santa Prisca houses remarkable frescoes showing the initiates in procession.