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The New Mithraeum Database tagged with petrogenia

Mithraic monuments, temples and other objects related to Mithras and tagged with petrogenia.

Your search petrogenia gave 45 results.

 
  • Monumentum

    Petrogeny with hand on head from Nida

    This sculpture of Mithras being born from a rock is unique in the position of the hands.

    TNMM761

  • Monumentum

    Two-sided relief of Dieburg

    The relief of Dieburg shows Mithras riding a horse as main figure, surrounded by several scenes of the myth.

    TNMM231 – CIMRM 1247

    [Side A:] D(eo) i(nvicto) M(ithrae) / Silves/trius / Silvi/nius et Silvestrius Pe[rpetus et A]urelius nepos / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito). / Perpetus fra/te[r] artis sutor(iae). …
  • Monumentum

    Taurcotony of Nesce

    The relief of Mithras slaying the bull of Nersae includes several episodes from the exploits of the solar god.

    TNMM420 – CIMRM 650, 651

    Apronianus rei p(ublicae) ark(arius) sua pecunia fecit.
  • Monumentum

    Mithraic vase of Mühltal

    The Mühltal Mithraic crater was discovered among the artefacts of a mithraeum found in Pfaffenhoffen am Inn, Bavaria.

    TNMM393

    Deo invicto Mitr[a]e Ma[rt- or -tern]inus.
  • Monumentum

    Petrogeny of Florence

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

    TNMM744 – CIMRM 666

  • Monumentum

    Petrogeny with a sheaf of wheat of Cologne

    In this relief of the rock birth of Mithras, the child sun god holds a bundle of wheat in his left hand instead of the usual torch.

    TNMM728

  • Monumentum

    Petrogeny of Bingen

    This sculpture of Mithras born from a rock was found in 1922 together with two altars in what was probably a mithraeum.

    TNMM691 – CIMRM 1240

  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of Euhemerus from Alba Iulia

    Several authors read the name Suaemedus instead of Euhemerus as the author of this mithraic relief from Alba Iulia, Romania.

    TNMM663 – CIMRM 1975, 1976

    Deo invicto Mithr(a)e / Euhemerus ex voto / posuit.
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony of Osterburken

    Franz Cumont considers the bas relief of Osterburken 'the most remarkable of all the monuments of the cult of Mithras found up to now'.

    TNMM176 – CIMRM 1292, 1293

    D[eo] S[oli] I[nvicto] M[ithrae] M[er?]catorius Castrensis in suo cons[ituit].
  • Monumentum

    Tauroctony medallion of Transylvania

    This medallion belongs to a specific category of rounded pieces found in other provinces of the Roman world.

    TNMM430 – CIMRM 2187