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Marcus Caerellius Callinicus

Freedman priests and antistes in Ostia

 
  • The altar and aedicula in the northern room

    The altar and aedicula in the northern room
    Eric Taylor 

 

Biography of Marcus Caerellius Callinicus

His community
in Mitreo del Caseggiato di Diana

 

Mentions

Inscriptions of Caseggiato di Diana

This marble slab found near the Casa de Diana in Ostia bears two inscription with several names of brothers of a same community

[M. Lollia]no Callinico / [patre Pe]tronius Felix / [Marsus sign]um deo / [donum] ded(it) / . . . atus xinu . . . / fecit.

M. M. Caer[ellius Hiero]/nimus et C[allinic]/us sacerdo[tes et antisti]/es Solis [invic(ti) Mithrae] / thronum / fec(erunt).
Marcus Lollianus Callinicus being [Pater, Quintus Pe]tronius Felix [Marsus] offered [as a gift] the image of the god and dedicated it [---atus, at his own expense?] did.

Marcus Caerellius Hieronimus and Marcus Caerellius Callinicus, priests and antistes of Sol invincible Mithras, made the throne.

Canonical URI https://www.mithraeum.eu/person/111

Published on 3 Feb 2022

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