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Altars:
Carrawburgh
Carrawburgh, close up
Mundelsheim, with Sol and Luna
San Clemente. With tauroctony.
Sibiu Museum. Mithras riding the bull.

Cautes and Cautopates
Guglingen - With a Petragenetrix
Neuenheimer
Ostia
Cautes and Cautopates from Palermo.
Rome - corner of tauroctony, with Cautes and Sol
S. Stefano Rotondo, Rome - Dedication to Cautes.
Stockstadt
Yorkshire

Leontocephalous
Bordeaux
Florence
Modena - Not actually with a lion's head.
Museum of Ancient Arles (CIMRM 879)
Rome
Unknown Provenance
Rome, Vatican Library
Rome, Vatican Museum
York - The image with the inscription to Arimanius on its base.

Mithraea:
Carrawburgh
Carrawburgh, closeup on altars
Cyrene, Libya
London
Ostia Page with links to pages about all of the mithraea there. Wonderful site.
Ostia 1
Ostia 2
Ostia with people inside to show you just how claustrophobic the mithraea were.
Ptuj
Riegel
Rome (San Clemente 1)
Rome (San Clemente 2)
Wiesloch

Mithras
Arles
Sindelfingen
A truly remarkable head of a statue of Mithras.

Petragenetrix:
?
Acuincum
Rome, Baths of Diocletian
Carrawburgh
Guglingen - With Cautes and Cautopates
Koln
Saint-Aubin
San Clemente
Stockstadt
Trier

Tauroctonies:
Apulum, Romania
Barberini (CIMRM 390)
British Museum 1
British Museum 2
Brukenthal Museum
Carrara
Constanta Museum
Damascus
Dormagen
Dura Europos 1
Dura Europos 2
Koln
Kongen
Konigsbrunn
Kreta
Ladenburg
Lezoux. On a pot!
London
Marino
Marino 2. Good pictures of the side images.
Metz
Mircea Voda, Romania
Mocici, Croatia
Naples
Nemea. An intaglio.
Nersae
Neuenheimer, near Heidelburg
Neustadt-Gimmeldingen
On a coin. I don't know the provenance.
Osterburken
Ostia 1
Ostia 2
Palermo
Paris (in the Louvre)
Pergamon
Poetovio Ptuj, Slovenia
Riegel
Rome (Baths of Diocletian 1)
Rome (Baths of Diocletian 2)
Rome (Baths of Diocletian 3)
Rome (Vatican Musuem 1)- I was able to get directions to this from the museum guard, even though I don't speak Italian, and he didn't speak English, by miming the stabbing of the knife.
Rome (Vatican Museum 2)
Rožanec, Slovenia
San Clemente
Sarrebourg
Stockstadt
Turda/Potaissa, Romania
Santa Barbara Museum of Art If anyone knows the provenance of this piece, please let me know.
Sarrebourg
Sibiu Museum
Toronto (Royal Ontario Museum)
Venice
Vienna
Verona
Vindobona
Walbrook
Wiesbaden 1 - which is where I went to 5th and 6th grade.
Wiesbaden 2
York

Other:
Meal of Sol and Mithras
Dura Europos - Mithras riding the bull.
Koln
Marino. A tauoctony with individual photographs of such scenes as Mithras carrying the bull and the arrow water miracle.
Ladenburg - Meal of Mithras and Sol
Mithras and Sol from the Louvre
Mithras as Atlas
Mithras, Sol, and Oceanus (CIMRM 2244)
Mithras, Sol, and Oceanus wrapped in a serpent (CIMRM 1958)
Mithras the Archer
Mosaic - A syncretistic mosaic which seems to have one of the torchbearers on the left, Adonis (?) on the right, the eagle of Zeus above, and Jesus in the middle. I know nothing more about this mosaic except what is shown here, and would be thrilled to learn more about it.
Ostia, mosaic 1
Ostia, mosaic 2
Ostia, mosaic 3
Ostia, mosaic 4
Ptuj Mithras Taurophorus
Riegel - Meal of Mithras and Sol
Drawing of a Pater
Sibiu Museum - Mithras riding the bull.