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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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    Tauroctony of Stixneusiedl

    The Tauroctony of Stixneusiedl was found in ancient Pannonia Superior, currently Austria.

    TNMM278 – CIMRM 1658

    D(eo) In(victo) M(ithrae) S(oli) pro s(alute) Aug(ustorum) nn(ostrorum) L(ucii) Sep(timii) / Valerius et Valerianus sex(viri) col(oniae) K(arnunti) / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) m(erito)
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    Cautes from Newcastle

    This limestone statue of Cautes is now exposed at Great North Museum of Newcastle.

    TNMM251 – CIMRM 849

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    Cautes and Cautopates of Marquise

    The two fellows of Mithras from Marquise, Boulogne-sur-Mer, are fully naked but for the cloak and the Phrygian cap.

    TNMM299 – CIMRM 951

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    Tauroctony found under the Palazzo Montecitorio (CIMRM 430)

    This relief was found under the Palazzo Montecitorio, in Rome, and bought by the Liebighaus at Frankfort.

    TNMM256 – CIMRM 430

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    Cautes and Cautopates from Mithraeum III of Heddernheim

    The two companions of Mithras carry a torch and a shepherd's staff at the third Mithraeum in Frankfurt-Heddernheim, formerly Nida.

    TNMM408 – CIMRM 1119

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    Cautes fresco from Mitreo di Santa Maria Capua Vetere

    In the Mithraeum of S. Capua Veteres, Cautes stands between two laurel trees.

    TNMM254 – CIMRM 182

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    Major fresco of the Mitreo Barberini

    The votive fresco from the Mithraeum Barberini displays several scenes from Mithras's myth.

    TNMM167 – CIMRM 390

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    Eros and Psyche

    The Mithraeum of Santa Maria Capua Vetere includes a marble relief depicting a child Eros guiding Psyche through the dark.

    TNMM174 – CIMRM 186

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    Tauroctony bronze of Szőny

    Szony's bronze plate shows Mithra slaying the bull and the seven planets with attributes at the bottom of the composition.

    TNMM334 – CIMRM 1727

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    Second Petrogeny of Santo Stefano Rotondo

    The second statue of Mithras rock-birth was found in the Mitreo di Santo Stefano Rotondo shows a childish Mitras emerging from the rock.

    TNMM364

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    Petrogenia of Aquincum

    In Aquincum petrogenia, Mithras holds the usual dagger and torch as he emerges from the rock.

    TNMM178 – CIMRM 1758

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    Tauroctony of Sisak

    The relief of Mithras slaying the bull of Sisak includes the zodiac and multiple scenes from the myth of Mithras.

    TNMM366 – CIMRM 1472

  • Monumentum

    Mithras riding the bull

    Altar depicting the god Mithras or Cautes on a bull.

    TNMM155 – CIMRM 2186

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    Duperac

    TNMM147

  • Monumentum

    Four mithraic engravings from Veterum Persarum et Parthorum et Medorum Religionis Historia

    The folio depicts three tauroctonies and a Mithras Triumphantes standing on a bull with the globe in one hand and the dagger in the other.

    TNMM267

  • Monumentum

    Imprint of a gem with Mithras killing the bull

    Glass paste imprint depicting the Tauroctony surrounded by symbolic figures.

    TNMM226

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    Aion of Oxyrhynchus

    According to Pettazzoni Aion in general finds its iconographical origin in Egypt. Mithras must have been worshipped in Egypt in the third century B.C.

    TNMM271 – CIMRM 103

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    Tauroctony of Sî`

    In the tauroctony of Jabal al-Druze in Syria, the snake appears to be licking the head of the bull's penis.

    TNMM389 – CIMRM 88

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    Tauroctony relief of the Esquiline

    The relief of Mithras slaying the bull found on the Esquiline Hill includes two additional scenes with Mithras and two other figures.

    TNMM382 – CIMRM 350, 351

    C(auto)p(ati) / Primus pater fecit
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    Mithras petrogenitus of the Esquilino

    The relief of Mithras being born from the rock of the Esquiline shows the young god naked, as usual, with a torch and a dagger in his hands.

    TNMM381 – CIMRM 353