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Temples of Mithras

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


    From Germany

    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).
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    Mithraeum of Sidon

    The Mithraeum of Sidon may have escaped destruction because the Mithras worshippers walled up the entrance to the underground sanctuary.

    TNMM11 – CIMRM 74

    From Lebanon

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    Mitreo del Palazzo Imperiale

    A mosaic of Silvanus, dated to the time of Commodus, was found in a niche in a nearby room of the Mithraeum in the Imperial Palace at Ostia.

    TNMM97 – CIMRM 250, 251

    From Italy

    Soli invict(o) Mit(hrae) d(onum) d(edit) L. Agrius Calendio.
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    Mithraeum of Močići

    The Mithraeum of Mocici was situated in a grotto at one hour's walk fomr the ancient Epidaurum.

    TNMM58 – CIMRM 1882

    From Croatia

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    Mithraeum of Andros

    An inscription by a certain Aurelius Rufinus reveals the existence of a Mithraeum on the island of Andros, but it has not yet been found.


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    Mithraeum de Biesheim-Kunheim

    The Mithraeum of Biesheim-Kunheim is located near the ancient village of Altkirch, near the Rhin.


    From France

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    Mithräum von Groß-Gerau

    In the Mithraeum of Gross Gerau, discovered in 1989, a statue of Mercury, a lion and an altar were found.


    From Germany

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    Mithraeum of Cirta

    An inscription mentioning a speleum decorated by Publilius Ceionius suggests the location of a mithraeum in Cirta, the capital of Numidia.

    TNMM615 – CIMRM 129

    Speleum cum [sig]/nis et omamen[tis] / Publilius Ceion[ius] / Caecina Albinu[s v(ir) c(larissimus)].
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    Mithraeum de Valromey

    This temple of Mithras has been discovered under the Church in Vieux-en-Val-Romey, in 1869.

    TNMM295 – CIMRM 909, 910

    From France

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    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.

    TNMM293 – CIMRM 901, 902

    From France

    Deo Cau/te