Mithraeum of St. Egyden
The 'Mithraic cave' in the Gradische/Gradišče massif near St. Egidio contained vessels decorated with snakes and the remains of chicken bones and other animals that were consumed during Mithraic ceremonies.
Mithraeum of Skikda
Many of the inscriptions and sculptures of the site were kept in a museum which has been destroyed.
Mithraeum of Eleusis
A Mithraeum has been identified in Eleusis where the last Hierophant form thespia had the rank of Father in the Mithraic Mysteries.
Mithraeum de Bordeaux
C’est en 1986, à l’occasion de la restructuration de l’ancien magasin Parunis, qu’une fouille de sauvetage archéologique fut réalisée cours Victor Hugo.
Mitreo della Piazza Dante
The Mithraeum located in Piazza Dante in Rome was discovered in 1874 along with a series of monuments dedicated by a Pater named Primus.
Mithraeum of Memphis (Kom Dafbaby)
At about a mile's distance from the village of Mit-Rahine near Memphis a Mithraeum has been discovered, which itself has not yet been described.
In a house from the time of Constantine, a Lararium was found with a statue of Isis-Fortuna. The Mithraeum was a door next to it, on a lower room.
Mitreo de Tróia
García y Bellido proposed the existence of a mithraeum in a narrow, elongated room where the Troia mithraic relief was found.
Mithräum von Saalburg
In the 1900s a model Mithraeum was built in Saalburg in the mistaken belief that there was an original temple of Mithras in an ancient Roman building.
Mithräum von Künzing
The Mithraeum of Kunzing was an underground building, oriented east-west. The entrance was probably on the east.
Mitreo della Crypta Balbi
The Mithraeum of the Crypta Balbi was locted in the middle of a densely populated insula near the theatre of Cornelius Balbus.
Mithräum von Köln I
The Mithraeum I of Cologne is situated amid a block of buildings. It was impossible to narrowly determine its construction and lay-out.
Mithraeum of Colchester
One of the rooms in a sustantive masonry building in Hollytrees Meadow was considered to be a Mithreum, a theory that has now been discarded.