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Mitreo di Angera
The Mithraeum of Angera (or Wolf's Den as this cave is popularly called) is the only temple devoted to Mithras known to date in Lombardy.
Gaius Valerius Iulianus
Gaius Valerius Iulianus was a lion who erected an altar to Cautopates in Statio, the present-day Angera, with his brother Marcus.
Inscription of two lions from Angera
This marble base found in Angera in 1868 bears the inscription of two people who reached the degree of Leo.
Cautopati sac[r(um)] / M(arcus) Status Nig[er] / VI vir aug(ustalis) c(reatus) d(ecreto) d(ecurionum) [M(ediolanensium)] / leg(atus?) dend(rophorum) c(oloniae) A(ureliae?) A(ugustae?) M(ediolanii) /...
Marcus Statius Niger
Marcus Statius Niger was a lion who erected an altar to Cautopates in Statio, the present-day Angera, with his brother Gaius.
Altar with inscription and symbolic figures from Ptuj
This altar from Ptuj, present-day Poetovio, is decorated with various Mithraic animals such as a tortoise, a cock and a crow and other objects.
CIMRM 1496, 1497
Invict(o) Mithrae / et Transitu dei / Theodorus p(ublici) p(ortorii) / scrut(ator) stat(ionis) Poet(ovionensis) / ex visu.
Altar with Inscription to Mithras of Rottenburg
This monument was erected by a certain Publius Aelius Vocco, a solider of the Legio XXII Primigenia Pia Fidelis stationed in Mainz.
Invicto / Mithrae / P. Ael(ius) Voc/co mil(es) l(egionis) XXII / p(rimigeniae) p(iae) f(idelis) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) / m(erito).
Publius Aelius Vocco
Soldier of the XXII Legio Primigenia Pia Fidelis stationed in Mainz that erected an altar to Mithras in Sumelocenna.
Ara of the Mithraeum of Lugo
Victorius Victorious, centurion of the Legio VII, erected the altar in honour of the Lugo garrison and of the Victorius Secundus and Victor, his freedmen.
Deo / Inuic(to) Mithrae / G(aius) Victorius Vic/torinus (centurio) L(egionis) VII G(emina) / Antonianiae P(iae) F(elicis) / in honorem sta/tionis lucensis / et Victoriorum / Secundi et Vic/toris...
Altar of Klechovtse
The limestone altar at Klechovtse in North Macedonia bears an inscription to the invincible Mithras.
[D(eo) i(nvicto)] M(ithrae) / fano mag(no) / pro sal(ute) Aug[g(ustorum)] n(ostrorum) / Apollonides / eorund(em) vect(igalis) Il/lyr(ici) ser(vus) (contra)sc(riptor) st(ationis) / Lamud(---) quam...
Scrutator of the customs of the Poetovio station, Theodorus erected an altar to Mithras following a vision.
Commander of a unite of Palmyrene archers stationed with the Roman garrison in Dura Europos.
Aion of York
The statue was found in 1874 under the city wall of York during the construction of the railway station.
CIMRM 833, 834
D(eo) ... / Vol(usii) Ire[naeus et] / Arimaniu[s posuerunt]
On Mithraism and Freemasonry (1996)
The fraternal order that focussed on the worship of the ancient Iranian god Mithra was probably formed in Iran, Armenia, and Pontus (the southern coastal region of the Black Sea in eastern Anatolia, present-day Turkey). Travelers and colonists from these