Monuments from Turkey
Monuments, mithraea and other objects related to Mithras from Turkey.
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Mount Nemrut or Nemrud is one of the highest peaks in the eastern Taurus Mountains, southeastern Turkey. On its summit large statues stand around what is supposed to be a royal tomb from the 1st century BC.
Mithraeum of Kapıkaya
Mithras became the main deity worshipped in the sanctuary of Meter in Kapikaya, Turkey, in Roman times, at least until the fourth century.
Mithraeum of Perge
The Mithraeum of Pamphylia was cut back into the rock to form a cave, with a separate relief of Mithras killing the bull.
Mithraea of Dülük
The Mithraea of Doliche, ancient Dülük, Turkey, are unique in that they represent two distinct shrines on the same site.
Inscripton of Perge
This inscription by Luccius Crispus was found near the entrance of the Mithraeum at Pamphylia.
Ἡλίῳ Μίθρ[ᾳ] | Μᾶρκος Λούκκιος Κρίσπος | ὑπὲρ τῆς ἱερᾶς βουλῆς καὶ δῆμου Περγα[ίων] | εὐξάμενο[ς]...
Lion relief from Nemrut Dag
The lion relief from Nemrut Dag has the moon and several stars over his body.
Πυρόεις Ηρακλέους, στίλβων Απόλλωνος, Φαέθων Δίος
Mithraic relief of Baris
The mithraic relief of Baris, current Turkey, depicts a proto version of the Tauroctony with a winged Mithras surrounded by two Victories.