Altar with Phrygian cap of Trier
The altar with a Phrygian cap and a dagger from Trier was erected by a Pater called Martius Martialis.
D(eo) I(nvicto) M(ithrae) / Martius / Martia/lis pater / in suo / posuit.
Altar of Carnuntum by the Jovians and Herculians
This monument bears an inscription and the representation of Cautes and Cautopates on the sides.
CIMRM 1697, 1698
D(eo) S(oli) i(nvicto) M(ithrae) / fautori imperii sui / Iovii et Herculii / religiosissimi / Augusti et Caesares / sacrarium / restituerunt.
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.
Mithras-Sol Altar from the Carrawburgh
One of the altars from the Carrawburgh Mithraeum depicts the bust of Mithras or Sol.
CIMRM 847, 848
Deo ♣ invicto ♠ / Mithrae M(arcus) Sim/plicius Simplex pr(a)ef(ectus) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito).
Mithraeum of Carnuntum I
According to the scarcely detailed design of von Sacken, the lay-out of the temple must have been nearly semi-circular.
Cautopates of Sarmizegetusa with scorpion
The Cautopates with scorpion found in 1882 in Sarmizegetusa includes an inscription of a certain slave known as Synethus.
CIMRM 2120, 2121
Cautopati sa(crum) / Synethus adiu[t(or)] / tabul(arii) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito).
Mithraeum of Inveresk
The Mithraeum of Inveresk, south of Musselburgh, East Lothian, is the first found in Scotland, and the earliest securely dated example from Britain.
Altar with inscription of Bingen
The monument was dedicated by two brothers, one of them being the Pater of his community.
In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / deo invicto / Mytrhe (sic!) ara/m ex voto dei / de suo impen/dio instituer(unt) / A(ulus) Gratius Iuven/is pater sacroru/m et A(ulus) Gratius Po/tens m(iles)...
Altar of Mérida from Quintio
This altar, which has now disappeared, was dedicated by the slave Quintio for the health of a certain Coutius Lupus.
Inuicto Deo / Quintio Flaui / Baetici Conim/brig(ensis) ser(uus) / pro sa(lute) Coutii Lupi
Marble slab with inscription from Mitreo Fagan
This monument bears an inscription that describes the god Mithra as young, which is quite unusual.
C(aius) Valerius Heracles pat[e]r e[t] an[tis]/tes dei iu[b]enis inconrupti So[l]is invicti Mithra[e / c]ryptam palati concessa[m] sibi a M(arco) Aurelio / ---
Altar to a Perses of S. Silvestro in Capite
This monument was erected on the occasion of the elevation of a member to the Mithraic grade of Perses.
Datiano et Cereale cons(ulibus) / Nonius Victor Olympius v(ir) cl(arissimus) p(ater) p(atrum) [et] / Aur(elius) Victor Augentius v(ir) c(larissimus) p(ater) / tradiderunt Persica pri(die) non(as)...
Inscription of Vaison-la-Romaine
This is one of the few known Mithraic inscriptions dedicated by a member who attained the grade of Perses.
L. Apronius / Chrysomal/lus / ob gradum per/sicum / dedicavit.
Altar of the Mitreo della Planta Pedis
The altar includes a slab with an inscription for the salvation of two emperors.
Pr(o) sal(ute) Augg(ustorum duorum) / S(oli) i(nvicto) M(ithrae) / [L. ?] Florius Hermadio(n) / sacerdos s(ua) p(ecunia) f(ecit).
Mitreo della Planta Pedis
The floor of the central aisle of the Mithraeum of the Footprint in Ostia has a mosaic depicting a snake and a footprint.
Relief of Aion-Phanes
The Aion / Phanes relief, currently on display in the Gallerie Estensi, Moneda, is associated with two Eastern mysteric religions: Mithraism and Orphism.
CIMRM 695, 696
Euphrosy/n[e] et Felix. P(ecunia) p(osuit) / Felix pater.