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Temple of Mithras
The Green Guide
st. Queen Victoria 11, London EC4
The foundations of this Roman temple dedicated to the cult of the Persian God Mirthra were discovered in 1954, when Bucklersbury house, an immense house home to variety of insurance companies was being built. They were subsequently raised and reconstructed on the terrace of Temple Court. You will make out the basilica shape and the arrangement of the columns separating the three naves. The pagan sculptures found during digs are on display at the Museum of London.

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