Stele of the Arch of San Lazzaro
This stele found at the foot of the Aventine bears an inscription of Kastos father and son, and mentions several syndexioi who shared the same temple.
Altar of a Corax from Gimmeldingen
Corax Materninius Faustinus dedicated other monuments found in the same Mithraeum in Gimmeldingen.
In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / deo / invihto (sic) / Materninius / Fau[s]tinus carx (sic) / in suo posuit / (libens) l(aetus) m(erito).
In honour of the divine house, to the invincible god, Materninius Faustinus, Raven, placed (this altar) on his own land willingly, gladly and deservedly.
Inscription of Corax Materninius Faustinus of Gimmeldingen
The inscription was located at the base of the main Tauroctony of the Gimmeldingen Mithraeum...
In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / deo inviht[o] (sic) Midre (sic) / Maternin[i]us Faustinu(s) / carax (sic) fan[um] cum solo inviht[o] / in suo fecit c[ onsac]ratus XI k(alendis) Feb(ruariis).
In honour of the divine house, to the invincible god Mithras, Materninius Faustinus, Crow, consecrated a shrine with (a statue of) the invincible Sol, on his property (in suo), on the tenth day before the calendars of February. Sanctuary (fanum) consecrated by Potentianus, Father, the consuls being (Sextus Anicius Faustus) Paulinus and (Ionis) Iulianus, willingly, joyfully and justly.
Aion relief of Mitreo Fagan
This white marble relief depicting a lion-headed figure from Ostia is now exposed at the Musei Vaticani.
C. Valerius Heracles pat[e]r e[t] an[tis]/tes dei iu[b]enis inconrupti So[l]is invicti Mithra[e / c]ryptam palati concessa[m] sibi a M. Aurelio / . . . De Rossi supplies: Commodo Antonino Aug(usto).
Gaius Valerius Heracles, father and priest of the unconquered sun god Mithras, young and incorruptible, made (?) the crypt of the palace, which was granted to him by Marcus Aurelius [---]
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Aion of Mitreo Fagan
The marble Aion from the lost Mithraeum Fagan, Ostia, now presides the entrance to the Vatican Library.
C. Valeri/us Heracles pat(er) / et C(aii) Valerii / Vitalis et Nico/mes sacerdo/tes s(ua) p(e)c(unia) p(o)s(ue)r(unt). / D(e)d(icatum) idi(bus) aug(ustis) im(peratore) / Com(odo) / VI et /...
Gaius Valerius Heracles, father, and Gaius Valerius Vitalis and Gaius Valerius Nicome(de)s, priests, laid at their own expense. (Statue) dedicated on the ides of August, under the consulates of Emperor Commodus for the sixth time and Septimianus
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Tauroctony marble from Mitreo Fagan
The sculpture has an inscription where Mithras is called the undiscoverable deity.
SIG(num) INDEPREHENSIVILIS DEI C(aius) VALERIVS HERACLES SACERDOS S(ua) P(ecunia) P(osuit)
L(ucius) SEXTIVS KARVS ET
Lucius Sextius Karus and Gaius Valerius Heracles, priest, placed at their own expense the statue of the god indeprehensibilis.
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Mithras-Sol Altar from the Carrawburgh
One of the altars from the Carrawburgh Mithraeum depicts the bust of Mithras or Sol.
Deo ♣ invicto ♠
Mithrae M(arcus) Sim
pr(a)ef(ectus) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)
To the Invincible god Mithras Marcus Simplicius Simplex, prefect, willingly and deservedly fulfilled his vow.
Aion of York
The statue was found in 1874 under the city wall of York during the construction of the railway station.
D(eo) ... / Vol(usii) Ire[naeus et] / Arimaniu[s posuerunt]
Volusius Ireneaus to the god Arimanes a gift (willingly and deservedly fulfilling his vow).
Bronze inscription from Aldobrandini
This plaque, now on display in the British Museum, may have come from the Aldobrandini Mithraeum in Ostia.
SEX POMPEIO SEX FIL / MAXIMO / SACERDOTI SOLIS IN / VICTI MT PATRI PATRVM / QQ CORP TREIECT TOGA / TENSIVM SACERDO / TES SOLIS INVICTI MT / OB AMOREM ET MERI /TA EIVS SEMPER HA / BET
Dedicated to Sextus Pompeius Maximus, son of Sextus, High Priest of the Sun God, Mithras, all powerful, and Father of Fathers, President of the Guild of Master Ferrymen. We, Priests of the all powerful Sun God, Mithras, do this on account of the high regard and affection we hold for him and his worthy deeds.
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