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Monuments to Mithras tagged with ‘fax’

Monuments, inscriptions and artefacts related to Mithras and his cult tagged with ‘fax’.

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    Cautes of Sidon

    The Sidon sculpture includes a dog jumping between Cautes's legs.

    TNMM159 – CIMRM 80

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    Tauroctony of Sarrebourg

    The Tauroctony of Saarbourg (Sarrebourg, ancient Pons Sarravi), France, contains most of Mithras deeds known in a single relief.

    TNMM114 – CIMRM 966, 967

    In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) deo inv[ict]o Marceleus Marianus / d(e) / s(uo) p(osuit)
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    Mithras petrogenitus from Villa Giustiniani

    Mithras rock-born from Villa Giustiniani was holding a bunch of grapes in its raised right hand instead of a torch, probably due to a restoration.

    TNMM124 – CIMRM 590, 591

    Nama / L(ucius) Fl(avius) Hermadion / hoc mihi libens / d(onum) d(edit).
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    Mithras rock-born from Housesteads

    A naked Mithra emerges from the cosmic egg surrounded by the zodiac, as always carrying a torch and a dagger.

    TNMM200 – CIMRM 860

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    Mosaic of the Mitreo di Felicissimo

    The Felicissimo Mithraeum has a floor mosaic depicting the seven mithraic grades.

    TNMM166 – CIMRM 299

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    Tauroctony relief of Carnuntum

    This relief found at Carnuntum represents Mithras slaughtering the bull, without the scorpion, in the sacred cave.


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    Cautes with bull head of Sarmizegetusa

    This sculpture of Cautes holding a bull's head was found in 1882 in Sarmizegetusa, Romania.

    TNMM522 – CIMRM 2122, 2123

    V(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito).
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    Petrogeny of Sarmizegetusa

    The rock of Mithra's birth in the Petrogenia of Sarmizegetusa is surrounded by a snake.

    TNMM436 – CIMRM 2134

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    Tauroctony of Aquileia

    The relief of the Mithraic tauroctony of Aquiliea is currently on display in Vienna.

    TNMM154 – CIMRM 736

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    Fresco Tauroctony of Mitreo di Marino

    The importance of the Mithraeum of Marino lies in its frescoes, the most significant of which is that of Mithras slaying the bull, surrounded by mythological scenes.


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    Mithras rock-born from Ptuj

    The sculpture includes a serpent climbing the rock from which Mithras is born.

    TNMM186 – CIMRM 1492, 1493

    Naturae dei / Prudens Primi / Antoni Rufi p(ublici) p(ortorii) / vil(ici) vic(arius).
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    Votive plaque of Stockstadt

    This plaque was found in Mithraeum I at Stockstadt broken into pieces inserted between the blocks of the socle of the cult relief, in the manner of a votive deposit.

    TNMM399 – CIMRM 1206, 1207

    [D(eo)] i(nvicto) M(ithrae) et S(oli) s(ocio) Argata / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito).
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    Cautes des Bolards

    This monument representing Cautes with uncrossed legs was consecrated by a certain Anttiocus.

    TNMM451 – CIMRM 918, 919

    L(ibens) l(aetus) Antti/ocus (sic) d(e) s(uo) d(edit).
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    Second petrogey of Aquincum

    Another sculpture of Mithras rock-birth from the Mithraeum of Victorinus, in Aquincum.

    TNMM478 – CIMRM 1756

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    Petrogeny of Santo Stefano Rotondo

    The sculpture of Mithras rock-birth from Santo Stefano Rotondo bears an inscription of Aurelius Bassinus, curator of the cult.


    Petram genetricem / Aur(elius) Bassinus aedituus / principiorum cast(rorum) pereg(rinorum) / dedicavit hoc in loco et d(ono) d(edit) / antistante A(ulo) Caedicio / Prisciano eq(uite) R(omano) patre
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    Cautes and Cautópates of Palazzo Imperiale

    The sculptures of Cautes and Cautopates from the Mitreo del Palazzo Imperiale may have been reused from an older mithraeum in Ostia.

    TNMM143 – CIMRM 254, 255

    C(aius) Caelius / Ermeros / ant/istes huius lo/ci fecit sua / pec(unia). Posit(a)e XV k(alendas) / febr(u)arias / Q(uinto) Iunio Rus/tico / L(ucio) Plaut[io] / Aquilin[o] / co[(n)s(ulibus)].
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    Tauroctony of Circo Massimo

    This remarkable marble relief from the end of the 3rd century was discovered in the most remote room of the Mithraeum in the Circo Massimo.

    TNMM184 – CIMRM 435, 436

    Deo Soli Invicto Mithrae Ti(tus) Cl(audius) Hermes ob votum dei typum d(onum) d(edit).
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    Altar with Mithras rock-birth of Nida

    The Mithraic stele from Nida depicts the Mithras Petrogenesis and the gods Cautes, Cautopates, Heaven and Ocean.

    TNMM388 – CIMRM 1127

    D(eo) inv(icto) Mit(hrae) / Senilius Car/antinus / c(ivis) Medio/m(atricus) V(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / Sive Cracissiu[s]. // P(etram) genetricem.
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    Tauroctony of Macerata

    The Macerata Tauroctony shows Mithra slaying the bull with the usual Pyrigian cap and six rays around his head.

    TNMM392 – CIMRM 690, 691

    [I]nvicto Propitio / Sal(vius) Novanio / [L]ucianus / d(onum) p(osuit)
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    Round Tauroctony of Split

    The round relief of Mithras killing the bull of Split is surrounded by a circle with Sun, Moon, Saturn and some unusual animals.

    TNMM367 – CIMRM 1861