Mithraeum of Cyrene
The Mithraeum of Cyrene is preserved among the remarkable ruins of the ancient capital of the Roman province of Cyrene.
Mitreo delle Sette Porte
The name of the Mithraeum of the Seven Gates refers to the doors depicted in the mosaic that decorates the floor, symbolising the seven planets through which the souls of the initiates have to pass.
Mitreo delle Sette Sfere
The Mithraeum of the Seven Spheres is of great importance for the understanding of the cult, because of its black-and-white mosaics depicting the planets, the zodiac and related elements.
Mithraeum of Tienen
The temple contained hundreds of ceramic vessels and animal bones, which may indicated that a grand Mithraic feast was celebrated before its closing.
Mithräum von Bingen II
A possible Mithraeum II was found in Bingen, but the few remains are not sufficient to prove it.
Mithraeum of Slăveni
The Mithraeum of Slaveni was discovered in 1837 on the right bank of the river Olt, in Romanati district.
Mithraeum of Housesteads
The Housesteads Mithraeum is an underground temple, now burried, discovered in 1822 in a slope of the Chapel Hill, outside of the Roman Fort at the Hadrian's Wall.
Mitreo di Sutri
The Mithraeum of Sutri was built inside a rocky hill that also hosted the Roman theatre of the city.
Mitreo di Vulci
The Mithraeum of Vulci is remarkable because of his high benches and the arches below them.
Mitreo di Spoleto
The Mithraeum of Spoleto was found in 1878 by the professor Fabio Gori on behalf of Marquis Filippo Marignoli, owner of the land.
The city of Hatra was famed for its fusion of several civilization cults, which several temples devoted to gods from all Indo-European world.