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Mithraic monuments, temples and other objects related to Mithras and his cult.
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    Mitreo di Angera

    The existence of a mithraeum in the "tana del lupo", a natural cave in the castle of Angera, has been assumed since the 19th century, following the discovery of two mithraic inscriptions in the town.


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    Mithräum II von Köln

    A second Mithraeum was found in Cologne described by R. L. Grodon as of ’small importance’.


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    Mithraeum IV of Aquincum

    The Mithraeum of Symphorus and Marcus, in Óbuda, Budapest, has been restored to public view in 2004 and, while well presented, it has been heavily restored.

    TNMM85 – CIMRM 1767

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    Mithräum von Reichweiler

    AKA Mithräum von Schwarzerden.


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    Mithräum II von Güglingen

    Two Mithras sanctuaries, which were located on the edge of the settlement, were excavated in Güglingen.


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    Mitreo de Cabra

    The Mithraeum of Cabra is located in the Villa del Mitra, which owes its name to the discovery in 1951 of a Mithras tauroctonus in the remains of the Roman villa.


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    Mithräum von Schwarzerden

    The Mithraeum of Schwarzerden was carved on the rock.

    TNMM90 – CIMRM 1280

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    Mithraeum of Burham

    To date, there is no evidence that the so-called Mithraeum of Burham was ever used to worship the sun god.

    TNMM592 – CIMRM 808

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    Mithraeum of Prozor

    The Mithraea in the territory of Arupium were first mentioned by Š. Ljubić in 1882.


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    Mitreo di Ponza

    The Mithraeum of Ponza was discovered in 1866. It contained the remains of a zodiac investigated by Vermaseren in 1989.