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Offered the famous Tauroctony of Osterburken to the unconquerable sun god Mithras.
Franz Cumont considers the bas relief of Osterburken 'the most remarkable of all the monuments of the cult of Mithras found up to now'.
The Mithraeum of Osterburken could not be excavated bodily owing to the water of a well in the immediate neighbourhood. The monument had been covered carefully with sand.
Freedman who dedicated the first monument mentioning a Pater.
Hector erected an altar to Mithras in Emerita Augusta 'by means of a divine vision', something unusual in Hispania.
Founder of the second Mithraeum of Aquincum.
The Aion of Arles includes nine signs of the zodiac in three groups of three, between the spirals of the serpent.
Stele representing Apollo-Mithras-Helios in a Hellenistic nude fashion, shaking hands with Antiochus I.
This plaque, now on display in the British Museum, may have come from the Aldobrandini Mithraeum in Ostia.
This silver amulet depicts Abraxas on one side and the first verses of the Book of Genesis in Hebrew on the other.
here is the altar of Sarrebourg , picture tooken in 1890.
The Tauroctony of Saarbourg (Sarrebourg, ancient Pons Sarravi), France, contains most of Mithras deeds known in a single relief.
I see the Platonic Chiasmus on this fresco from Pompei. I think Mithras and Sol Apollo have nothing to see with earth, which is the work of Atlas. They carry the Platonic Universe. The Soul of the World (big) or the individual soul (small). ??
This monument representing Cautes with uncrossed legs was consecrated by a certain Anttiocus.
Pater who offered several monuments, including a temple, in Augusta Treverorum, now Trier.
The altar with a Phrygian cap and a dagger from Trier was erected by a Pater called Martius Martialis.
This remarkable relief by Cautes was found in what appears to be a mithraeum in Trier.
The Trier Mithräum was found during work on the city's new fire station. The discovery included a Cautes limestone relief.
A place of worship for the Roman god of light Mithras was discovered during archaeological excavations in Trier. This includes a larger relief.
In The Cult of Mithras in Late Antiquity David Walsh explores how the cult of Mithras developed across the 3rd and 4th centuries A.D. and why by the early 5th century the cult had completely disappeared.
Pater Patrum and Senator. He was also the patriarch of the Olympian dynasty, overseeing a Mithraic community in the centre of Rome.