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Monuments, temples and other objects related to Mithras labelled with epigraphia.

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    Frescoes from the tomb of Aelius Magnus and Aelia Arisuth in Oea
    The Mithraic nature of the frescoes of Oea, according to the scholars Cumont and Vermaseren, is now questioned.

    CIMRM 113, 115

    Libya

    D(is) M(anibus) s(acrum) / Aelia Arisuth / vixit annus / sexaginta plus minus. // Quae lea iacet.
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    Taurcotony sculpture from Sidon
    The Mithras killing the bull sculpture from Sidon, currently Lebanon.

    CIMRM 76

    Lebanon

    Φλ. Γερόντιος, πατὴρ νόμιμος τῶν τελετῶν τοῦ θεοῦ εὐχαριστῶν αφιερωσάτω τῷ φ̕ ἔτει.
    Fl. Gerontios, pater nominos of the rites of initiation of the god, in thanks I have consecrated [this statue] in the year 500
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    Tauroctony of the Mitreo delle Sette Sfere
    The relief of Mithras slaying the bull from the Mithraeum of the Seven Spheres was discovered in 1802 by Petirini by order of Pope Pius VII.

    CIMRM 245, 246

    Italy

    A. Decimius A(uli) f(ilius) Pal(atina) Decimianus s(ua) p(ecunia) restituit. // A. Decimius A(uli) f(ilius) Pal(atina) Decimianus aedem / cum suo pronao ipsumque deum solem Mithra / et marmoribus...
    Aulus Decimius Decimianus, son of Aulus, of the Palatina tribe, at his own expense, restored it.

    CIL XIV 60

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    Inscription of Tellius Agatho in Mitreo delle Sette Sfere
    This inscription found in the Mithraeum of the Seven Spheres mentions the Pater Marco Aemiliio Epaphrodito known from other monuments in Ostia.

    CIMRM 248, 249

    Italy

    L(ucius) Tullius Agatho / deo Inuicto Soli / Mithrae aram d(ono) d(edit) / eanque (sic) dedicauit ob / honore(m) dei, M(arco) Aemilio / Epaphrodito, patre.
    Lucius Tullius Agatho donated the altar to the Undefeated Sun God Mithras and dedicated it in honour of the god, while Marcus Aemilius Epaphroditus was pater.

    CIL XIV 62

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    Altar with inscription of Sentinum
    This altar found in Sentinum bears an inscription from two brothers.

    CIMRM 689

    Italy

    Invicto / prosedente / Sevio Facundo / Umbri / Rufinus et / Aemilianus / leones.
    To the Unconquered [god], the leones Umbrius Rufinus and Umbrius Aemilianus [set up] under the office of Sevius Facundus.

    CIL XI 5735

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    Altar with inscription of Bingen
    The monument was dedicated by two brothers, one of them being the Pater of his community.

    CIMRM 1243

    Germany

    In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / deo invicto / Mytrhe (sic!) ara/m ex voto dei / de suo impen/dio instituer(unt) / A(ulus) Gratius Iuven/is pater sacroru/m et A(ulus) Gratius Po/tens m(iles)...
    In honour of the divine house, to the invincible god Mithras, the altar, following a vow to the god, at their own expense, Aulus Gratius Iuvenis, Fathers of the Rites, and Aulus Gratius Potens, soldier of the XXII legion, fire officer, erected it. The brothers dedicated it when (Marcus Pupienus) Africanus was consul.
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    Album of Sentinum
    This inscription reveals the names of 36 cultori of Sentinum, one of whom bears the title of pater leonum.

    CIMRM 688

    Cultores D(ei) S(olis) I(nvicti) Mithrae / patroni, prosedente C. Propertio Profuturo. Coiedius Proculus / Ligurius Theodotus / Mussius Vindex / Coiedius Hilarianus / Sentin(as) pater leonum...
    The worshippers of the invincible god Sol Mithras to the patron president Caius Propertius Profuturus. [list of 36 male names]. [and] the minister Sevius Felix.

    CIL XI 5737

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    Inscription of two Gessius from Sentinum
    Gessius Castus and Gessius Severus have placed a decorated stutue and left testimony on this inscription below.

    CIMRM 687

    Dicatus V id(us) Sept(embres) Antonino aug(usto) II et sacerdote II co(n)s(ulibus) N(umini) s(ancto) S(olis) i(nvicti) Mithrae / duo Gessi Castus / et Severus simu/lacrum exoma/tum voto...
    Dedicated on the 5th of the ides of September, Antoninus Augustus and (Quintus Tineius) Sacerdos being consuls for the second time. To the pure numen of invincible Sol Mithras. Gessius Castus and Gessius Severus placed the decorated statue after a vow. Under the presidency of Caius Propertius Augurinus, priest.

    CIL XI 5736

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    Mitreo di Fructosus
    The Mithraeum of Frutosus was in a temple assigned to the guild of the stuppatores.

    CIMRM 226

    Italy

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    Inscription of Victorinus from Tibur
    This tabula marmorea was consecrated by a certain slave Vitorinus in Tibur, nowadays Tivoli, near Rome.

    CIMRM 214

    Italy

    Soli invicto Mithrae. / Sicuti ipse se in visu / iussit refici / Victorinus Caes(aris) n(ostri) / verna dispensator / numini praesenti suis in/pend(i)s reficiendum / curavit dedicav[itque]. / Nama...
    To invincible Sol Mithras. As he ordered him in a vision to repair his image (?). Victorinus, a slave steward of our emperor, undertook his repair for the ever present (praesens) god (numen), at his own expense, and dedicated. Homage to all, [---]lius Magnus being antistes.

    CIL XIV 3567

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    Bronze inscription from Aldobrandini
    This plaque, now on display in the British Museum, may have come from the Aldobrandini Mithraeum in Ostia.

    CIMRM 234

    Italy

    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.

    CIL XIV 403

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    Inscription of Mitreo Aldobrandini by Sextus
    This inscription found in the Mithraeum Aldobrandini informs us of certain restorations carried out in the temple during a second phase of development.

    CIMRM 233

    Italy

    Deum vetusta religione / in velo formatum et umore obnubi/latum marmoreum cum / throno omnibusq(ue) ornamentis / a solo omni impendio suo fecit / Sex(tus) Pompeius Maximus pater / q(uod) s(upra)...
    The Pater Sextus Pompeius Maximus (whose name is written above) paid out of his own pocket for the marble (statue of the) god, standing on the floor, with the throne, all his decorations, and he coated with marble the stalls for a length of 68 feet. The god, in accord with the old devotion, was (previously) depicted on a veil but it was fading because of the humidity.

    CIL XIV 4314

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    Tauroctonia del Cortile del Belvedere
    White marble relief depicting Mithras slaying the bull, dedicated by Atimetus.

    CIMRM 546, 547

    Italy

    Soli invicto deo / Atimetus Aug(ustorum) n(ostrorum) ser(vus) act(uarius) praediorum Romaniarorum.
    To Sol the unconquered god. Atimetus, slave of our Augusti, overseer of the public estates.

    CIL VI 721

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    Inscription of two lions from Angera
    This marble base found in Angera in 1868 bears the inscription of two people who reached the degree of Leo.

    CIMRM 718

    Italy

    Cautopati sac[r(um)] / M(arcus) Status Nig[er] / VI vir aug(ustalis) c(reatus) d(ecreto) d(ecurionum) [M(ediolanensium)] / leg(atus?) dend(rophorum) c(oloniae) A(ureliae?) A(ugustae?) M(ediolanii) /...
    Consecrated to Cautopates. Marcus Statius Niger, sevir Augustalis appointed by a decree of the town council and representative of the dendrophoroi of the colonia Aurelia Augusta Mediolanensium, and Caius Valerius Iulianus, both leones and representatives, fulfilled their vow willingly and deservedly.

    CIL VI 5465

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    Tauroctony of the Loggia Scoperta
    Currently in the Musei Vaticani, this Tauroctony includes Mithras's birth restored as Venus anaduomene.

    CIMRM 556, 625

    Italy

    Val(erius) Marinus pater sign(um) ǀ Invicti Mitrhe ex voto po(suit).
    The pater Valerius Marinus set up (this) image as a vow to the unconquered Mithras.

    CIL VI 743

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    Inscription on restauration of the Mitreo de Carsulae
    Marble plaque with inscription of a sacerdos probatus to Sol and the god Invictus Mithras.

    Italy

    Soli et invicto [deo Mithrae]. / Ex permissu san[ctissimi] / ordinis dec[ur(ionum)] / Sex(tus) Egnatius Primitivus / sacerdos probatus sevir / Aug(ustalis) Casuenti et Carsulis, / q(uaestor) arcae...
    To Sol and the invincible [god] [Mithras]. With the permission of the [most] sacred order of decurions, Sextus Egnatius Primitivus, approved priest (sacerdos probatus), Augustal serf at Casuentum et Carsulae, appointed quaestor of the Augustus treasury, has restored the crypt destroyed after an earthquake, entirely at his own expense.
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    Mithras taurophorus of Ptuj
    The sculpture of Mithras carrying the bull includes an inscription on its base.

    CIMRM 1494, 1495

    Slovenia

    Transitu / C(aius) Caecina / Calpurnius / temp(lum) redemi(t) et restitu(it).
    For the Transitus, Caius Caecina Calpurnius bought back the temple and restored it.

    CIL III 14354, 28

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    Altar with inscription and symbolic figures from Ptuj
    This altar from Ptuj, present-day Poetovio, is decorated with various Mithraic animals such as a tortoise, a cock and a crow and other objects.

    CIMRM 1496, 1497

    Slovenia

    Invict(o) Mithrae / et Transitu dei / Theodorus p(ublici) p(ortorii) / scrut(ator) stat(ionis) Poet(ovionensis) / ex visu.
    To the invincible Mithras and for the passage (transitus) of the god, Theodorus, scrutator of the customs of the Poetovio station, following a vision.

    CIL III 14354, 27

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    Tauroctony on altar of Ptuj
    Remarkable fragmentary sculpture of Mithras slaying the bull on an inscribed altar found in Mithraeum III at Ptuj.

    CIMRM 1589, 1590

    Slovenia

    D(eo) S(oli) i(nvicto) M(ithrae) / pro (sa) salute /canaliclari / et actariorum /et codicarior(um) / et librariorum / leg(ionum) V M(acedonicae) et XIII g(eminae) / Gallienarum.
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    Altar to Sol by brothers of Budaors
    This fragmented altar was erected by two brothers from the Legio II Adiutrix who also built a temple.

    CIMRM 1793

    Sol(i) Soc(io) / M(arcus) Aur(elius) Fron/tinianus / et M(arcus) Aur(elius) Fr[o]/nto mil(ites) leg(ionis) /II Ad(iutricis) fratres / templ(um) const(ituerunt) / Antonino / IIII co(n)s(ule).

    CIL III 3384