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  • Locus


    Little is known about Jajce in Roman times, apart from the accidental discovery of a 4th-century mithraeum in 1931.
  • Locus


    Salona was an ancient city and the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia. Salona was founded in the 3rd century BC and was mostly destroyed in the invasions of the Avars and Slavs in the seventh century AD. Many Roman characteristics can be seen
  • Locus


    Senj is a town on the upper Adriatic coast in Croatia, in the foothills of the Mala Kapela and Velebit mountains. The symbol of the town is the Nehaj Fortress which was completed in 1558. Senj is to be found in the Lika-Senj County of Croatia, the
  • Locus


    Solin is a town in Dalmatia, Croatia. Solin developed on the location of ancient city of Salona, which was the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian. In the 20th century, the intensive industrialisation p
  • Monumentum

    Two-sided relief from Konjic

    The mithraic relief of Konjic shows a Tauroctony in one side and a ritual meal in the other.

    CIMRM 1896

    From Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Deo Soli inv[ict]o Meter[ae]
  • Mithraeum

    Mithraeum of Jajce

    The remains of the Jajački Mithraeum were discovered accidentally during excavation for the construction of a private house in 1931.

    CIMRM 1901

    From Bosnia and Herzegovina


    Statius Ursus

    Dedicated with his son Ursinus the double face relief of Proložac.

    Statius Ursinus

    Dedicated with his father Ursus the double face relief of Proložac.
  • Monumentum

    Mithraic meal from Proložac, Croatia

    Mithras and Sol share a sacred meal accompanied by Cautes and Cautopates on a relief found in a cemetery from Croatia.

    From Croatia

    Invicto Mithre Stati(i) ursus / et Ursinus pat(er) et fil(ius) v(otum) l(ibentes) p(osuerunt).