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Altar to Mithras and Mars of Mainz

This altar has been unusually dedicated to both gods Mithras and Mars at Mogontiacum, present-day Mainz.
 
 
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13 Feb 2022
 
 

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Altar to Mithras and Mars, dedicated by Secundinius Amantius

This altar dedicated to Mithras and Mars by a certain Secundinius Amantius, dates from 151 to 230 AD. It is 91 cm high, 47.5 cm (Br.), 36 cm (deep). The lettering is 3.8-2.5 cm high.
AE 1979, 425.

D(eo) I(nvicto) M(ithrae) / et Marti/ Secundini/us Amantius / cornicu(larius)/ praef(ecti) leg(ionis)/ XXII permi/ttente Pri/mulo patre/ ex voto pos/uit l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

To the Unconquered Sun God Mithras and Mars.
 
 

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