The Cult of Mithras in the Roman Empire- Jane Sibley


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The Cult of Mithras in the Roman Empire- Jane Sibley

The cult of Mithras was widespread among the Imperial Roman military and bureaucratic classes. The Mysteries were the same in mithraea (temples) from Hadrian’s wall in England to the hot lands of Syria and North Africa, providing a unifying element to those serving in the far reaches of the Empire. In this session, we will explore what is known about the initiation steps, iconography, and the Mysteries. [1 hour]

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