De nobis

Credits

While all full articles in the News and Introduction sections are written by members of The New Mithraeum and published with their consent under a Creative Commons (BY-SA) licence, our website also has a Clippings section which includes extracts of news items from other websites. In the latter case, all extracts are properly credited and linked to the original sources for those who wish to access the full article in its original context.

The New Mithraeum database of monuments, persons and books includes citations to several reference works, among them Vermaseren's Corpus Inscriptionum et Monumentorum Religionis Mithriacae, which can be found on several websites, notably Archive.org. Wherever possible, we supplement this information with content generated by our members and extracts from other sources, always credited and, where available, linked to the full text.

For the extracts from the catalogue of the exhibition The Mystery of Mithras, we rely on the agreement with the Mariemont Museum, publisher of the book, to whom we express our sincere gratitude.

Most of the images in The New Mithraeum are the property of our members and are published under a Creative Commons (BY-SA) license. Many others are from other sources available online, and are credited as such.

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Images of ancient figures, collected in the Persons section, are all credited to Nvidia Research / Tero Karras, unless they are actual reproductions of ancient characters (from monuments, paintings, drawings, frescoes, coins or other sources), in which case they are licensed under a Creative Commons or public domain license.

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