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Roman Temple of Mithras in London, sits amongst the hustle and bustle of London circa 54 BC London History, British History, London Museums, London City, Culte De Mithra, Roman Britain, Empire Romain, England And Scotland, Westminster Abbey

A Tour of Roman London

Roman Temple of Mithras in London, sits amongst the hustle and bustle of London circa 54 BC

The Temple of Mithras excavation site in Photograph: Museum of London Maev Kennedy Experts hope to recover memories of site wh. Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Culte De Mithra, Roman Britain, Empire Romain, London History, London Museums, Old London, Vintage London

Uncovering the Roman Temple of Mithras in London, after WWII bombing revealed it - here photo of 1952.

Life-size head of Mithras wearing a Phrygian cap and long curls. This stone statue fragment was found in London in 1954 buried in an underground chamber devoted to the secret cult of the bull-slayer god, popular among soldiers in the Romans Legions. Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Persian Religion, Culte De Mithra, Art Romain, Rome Antique, Empire Romain, Ancient Persian, Roman Sculpture

The head of Mithras, uncovered during excavations at the site of the Temple of Mithras, London

The century Roman Temple of Mithras which was moved to a site in Queen Victoria Street in This Temple was mentioned in Rutherfurd's London. Ancient Ruins, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Old London, London City, Culte De Mithra, Ancient Discoveries, Birmingham City Centre, British Architecture

Remnants of Roman Britain: in pictures

We take a look at the ruined reminders of the Romans' time in Britain.

A Roman leather carbatina -- a shoe, discovered at the London archeological dig. Watch the "CBS This Morning" report about artifacts Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Art Quotidien, Roman Clothes, Eagle Statue, Empire Romain, Roman Sculpture, London History, London Museums

Blog | MOLA

MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) is a leading archaeological and built heritage practice and educational charity, providing independent services to the development and heritage sectors.

Londinium over today’s London. Londinium was a planned city (few of the streets still survive), complete with basilica for the government, amphitheater, fort and in the shaded portion, a Temple to Mithras. Ancient China, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Archaeological Discoveries, Urban Planning, London City, Britain, Maps, Temple

Roman Londinium map showing the location of the Temple of Mithras, labelled as "Bucklersbury House site"

Roman Temple of Mithras in London, sits amongst the hustle and bustle of London circa 54 BC London History, British History, London Museums, London City, Culte De Mithra, Roman Britain, Empire Romain, England And Scotland, Westminster Abbey

A Tour of Roman London

Roman Temple of Mithras in London, sits amongst the hustle and bustle of London circa 54 BC

Temple of Mithras reconstruction before it was dismantled (City of London) Old London, London City, Culte De Mithra, Temple, Roman Britain, Empire Romain, Archaeological Discoveries, London History, London Museums

Archaeological consultancy for the Temple of Mithras reconstruction

Our archaeological consultants worked on heritage management for the Temple of Mithras reconstruction from dismantling and design to build.

Emergency water supply at Queen Victoria Street. Looking across the emergency water supply in Queen Victoria street to Walbrook and Bond Court. Archaeological Discoveries, Archaeological Finds, Culte De Mithra, Temple, London Square, Emergency Water, Empire Romain, London History, London Places

Emergency water supply at Queen Victoria Street: 1940's

Emergency water supply at Queen Victoria Street. Looking across the emergency water supply in Queen Victoria street to Walbrook and Bond Court. To the left of the traction engine is St. Stephen's Church.

Bucklersbury House has been replaced by the Bloomberg building and Aviva Tower is to be replaced by One Undershaft British Architecture, London Architecture, Ww2, Multi Story Building, Tower, House, Rook, Computer Case, Home

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