Mithraeum of Ptuj III
Mithraeum III in Ptuj was built in two periods: the original walls were made of pebbles, while the extension of a later period was made of brick.
Mithraeum of Szőny
The Mithraeum of Szony has the form of a grotto and the entrance is on the west side.
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.
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)-
Mithraeum de Koenigshoffen
Lors de la construction de l’église Saint-Paul en 1911, un mithraeum a été mis au jour à Koenigshoffen/Königshoffen, vicus gallo-romain situé aux abords du camp légionnaire de Strasbourg-Argentorate.
Mithraeum of Aigio
The underground cave which served as temple was cut into the conglomerate rock of the area, and a flight of eight steps of stone slabs led to it.
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 Virunum
A bronze plaque records the existence of a mithraeum at Virunum that collapsed and was rebuilt by members of the community.
Mithraeum of Sidon
The Mithraeum of Sidon escaped destruction because the followers of Mithras walled off the entrance to the underground sanctuary.