Mithraeum of Ay-Todor
The site of Ay-Todor in the Crimea revealed a Roman camp, a temple with votive offerings and a Mithraeum.
Mithraeum of Qasr Ibn Wardan
About the foundation of the castle of Quasr-ibn-Wardan the Bedouins tell a legend from which Nöldeke concluded that there was a Mithraeum there, but this interpretation is very doubtful.
Mithraeum of Dyo
A statue and a relief of Cautes have been found in an ancient Gallo-Roman site in the commune of Dyo.
Mitreo di Ponza
The Mithraeum of Ponza was discovered in 1866. It contained the remains of a zodiac investigated by Vermaseren in 1989.
Mitreo dei Serpenti
The Mithraeum of the Snakes preserves paintings of serpents, representing Genius Loci, part of an older private sanctuary, which were respected in the temple of Mithras.
Mithraeum of Scarbantia
Emperor Julian is supposed to have presided over a human sacrifice in the Mithraeum of Scarbantia, according to N. Massalsky.
Mitreo degli Animali
The Mithraeum of the Animals was decorated with a mosaic depicting a naked man, a cock, a raven, an scorpion, a snake and the head of the bull.
Mitreo di Cosa
The Mithraeum was inserted into the basement of the basilica-theater by the 3rd century.
Villa del Mitra (Cabra)
The Villa del Mitra or Casa del Mitra takes its name from the discovery of a Mithras Tauroctonus in the vicinity.