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Yperanthes

He offered an inscription that was walled into the Barberini Mithraeum.

 
  • General view of the Mitreo de Barberini

    General view of the Mitreo de Barberini
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  • Inscription slab of Barberini Mithraeum

    Inscription slab of Barberini Mithraeum
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Biography

The name of Yperanthes seems to be of Persian origin. He offered an inscription that was walled in the right projecting elevation before the cult niche, in a red frame, in which traces of red and blue colours.

A graffito on the left wall of the temple shows the name of Macarius who may have been one of the brothers of Yperanthes.

Other brothers from Roma

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Marble slab with inscription from Mitreo Barberini

The inscription mentions the name of the donor, Yperanthes, of Persian origin.

Yperanthes / basem inbicto / donum / dedit [ab Mitra].
Yperanthes offered the plinth as a present to the invincible god Mithras.

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Published on 31 Jan 2022

 

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