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Mithraic monuments

Monuments, inscriptions and artefacts related to Mithras and his cult.
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  • Monumentum

    Petrogeny of Florence

    The sculpture of the birth of Mithras in Florence included the head of Oceanus.

    TNMM744 – CIMRM 666

  • Monumentum

    Inscripton of Justus from Caerleon

    This oolite base, dedicated to the invincible Mithras, was found in the baths of the Villa de Caerleon, Walles.

    TNMM741 – CIMRM 809

    [Deo in]victo / [Mi]thrae / ...s Iustus / c[(enturio) leg]ionis II aug(ustae) / [l(ibens)] m(erito) f(ecit).
  • Monumentum

    Altar of Flavius Verecundus from Carnuntum

    This monument to Mithras and Cautes (or Cautopates) was erected in Carnuntum by the centurion Flavius Verecundus of Savaria.

    TNMM723 – CIMRM 1671

    D(eo) I(nvicto) M(ithrae) C(aute ?) / T(itus) Flavius / Verecundus / Cl(audia) Savaria / (centurio) leg(ionis) XIIII / g(eminae) M(artiae) v(ictricis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito).
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of Circo Massimo

    This marble relief depicting Mithras as a bull slayer was found in the back room of the Mithraeum of the Circus Maximus.

    TNMM742 – CIMRM 437

  • Mithraeum

    Mithraeum I of Ptuj

    The Mithraeum I of Ptuj contains the foundation, altars, reliefs and cult imagery found in it.

    TNMM185 – CIMRM 1487

  • Monumentum

    Altars to Cautes and Cautopates of Aquincum

    These two altars, erected by a certain Victorinus in the mithraeum he built in his house, bear inscriptions to Cautes and Cautopates.

    TNMM477 – CIMRM 1751, 1752

    Deo Cauti / M. Ant(onius) Victorinus / dec(urio) col(oniae) / Aq(uinci) aedilis. Deo Cau/topati / M. Ant(onius) / Victori/nus / dec(urio) col(oniae) / Aq(uinci) / aedilis.
  • Monumentum

    Cippus of Antoninus from Ostia

    This small white marble cippus bears an inscription of a certain Pater Antoninus to Cautes.

    TNMM740 – CIMRM 270, 317

    A(ulus) Aemi/lius An/toninu[s] / pater / Cauti. [An]tonin[us] / pater / Cauti.
  • Monumentum

    Cippus from the Mitreo delle Pareti Dipinte

    This small monument bear the inscriptions of a certain Caelius Ermeros, antistes at the Mithraeum of the Painted Walls.

    TNMM583 – CIMRM 269

    C. Caelius E[r]/meros / antis/tes h[ui]/us loc[i] / fecit / s(ua) p(ecunia).
  • Monumentum

    Inscription of Sabinus from San Clemente

    This marble slab, found in the Mithraeum of San Clemente, bears an inscription by a certain Aelius Sabinus for the health of the Emperor Antoninus Pius and his sons.

    TNMM739 – CIMRM 347

    [Pro salute / T. Aeli Antoni/ni] Aug(usti) e[t M(arci) Aeli / Au]reli Caes(aris) et / [L. Aur(eli) C]ommodi fil(iorum) / [Ael(ius?)] Sabinus c[ enturio ]leg(ionis) ... / [Sol?]i v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibe…
  • Monumentum

    Bust of Sol from San Clemente

    This marble bust of Sol, found in the Mitreo di San Clemente, had five holes in the head where rays had been fixed.

    TNMM738 – CIMRM 343