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Chapter 1 The Development of the Cult of Mithras in Late Antiquity
Explaining the Decline
Chapter 4 The Fate of Mithraea
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abandoned activity altar anteroom appears Aquincum archaeological benches Bornheim-Sechtem Brocolitia building Caesarea Maritima Carnuntum cave cella ceramic Christian iconoclasts Chronology CIMRM Clauss coin deposition construction/restoration contained context cult image cult of Mithras cult relief Dalmatia Danube dating decline dedicated depicting desecration Doliche early 3rd early 4th erected evidence Excavated fate of mithraea finds floor fragments Gaul Gimmeldingen Giovanni Lanza given Hadrian’s Wall indicate inscription Italy Jajce Konjic Lambaesis late 3rd late 4th Late Antiquity later Lentia Location The mithraeum Londinium Mackwiller main relief Martigny mid 3rd mid 4th mithraea mithraeum Mithraic adherents Mithraic communities Mithraic initiates Mithraic rituals Mithraic worshippers Mithras cult nave niche Noricum Ostia Pannonia pater period Persian phase Poetovio provinces region religious remains Rhine rock-birth Roman world Rome Ša‘āra sanctuary Saravi Selected Bibliography Septeuil statue statuette Structure The mithraeum suggests tauroctony temple Tetrarchs tion torchbearers Trier various Vermaseren votive worship