Category:Ancient Roman temples of Mithras

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mithraeum 
temple used by the worshippers of Mithras
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mitreo (it); mithraeum (fr); Митреум (ru); Mithraeum (cy); mitreu (pt); مهرابه (fa); 密特拉寺 (zh); Митреј (sr); ミトレーアム (ja); Mithreum (sv); Mitreum (pl); מיתראאום (he); Mithraeum (nl); Mithräum (de); 미트라에움 (ko); mithraeum (en); Mitraisma templo (eo); Mitreo (es); Мітреум (uk) temple used by the worshippers of Mithras (en); temple utilisé pour le culte de Mithra (fr); Tempel des Mithras-Kultes (de) mitrei (it); Mithraeum, Mithras-Tempel, Mithras-Heiligtum, Mithrastempel (de); 미트라에아, 미트라교의 신전, 스페라에움, 스페룬카, 미트라교 신전 (ko); Mithraea (sv); Mithras shrine, mithraea (en); temple de Mithra, mithraea (fr)

Mithraic temples (Latin: mithraea, singular mithraeum) were places of worship for the 1st-4th century Roman Mithraic Mysteries. Mithraic temples are easy to identify: They were supposed to symbolize caves (spelea), and accordingly built to look like caves (occasionally, natural caves were used as well, and in a few cases they were also just basements under houses). Mithraic temples are clearly distinguishable from the typical Greco-Roman temples since they never looked like them. Mithraic temples are typically small, usually holding at most ten-fifteen people.

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