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It was then awarded a prize by a committee elected by the Academy and consisting of the theologian Prof. Coppens, the orientalist Prof. Rijckmans and the archaeolo- gist, the late Prof. Among the first who should be mentioned with respect and gratitude is my teacher Dr.

This remarkable teacher inspired a deep interest in the study of Archaeology and of the Mithras cult, and his help has always been invaluable. I am also greatly indebted to the renowned Belgian scholar Prof. He was among the first to recognize the necessity of a revision of his Standard work Textes et Monuments relatifs aux Mysteres de Mithra.

During the last few years before his death he showed a lively interest in the present study, supplied much material and often gave advice, devoting a great part of his leisure and his love of Classical Culture to this new publication of the Mithraic Monuments. He pointed the way to much that would otherwise have remained undiscovered, and even read through the first part of the Corpus himself, giving fresh inspi- ration to the work. In writing the second volume of this work his wisdom and enthusiasm was keenly missed.

On the whole this work has been written along the lines laid down by Franz Cumont, although some deviations were unavoidable. Asia, the continent in which Mithraism originated, has been dealt with first; the rest of the Orbis Terrarum has been covered pro vince by province; for it was impossible to adhere to a consistent chronological division without marring the clarity of the work as a whole. The inscriptions have not been classified separately, but they appear with the other monuments in the geographical classification; in this way it was easier to give a survey of the propagation of the cult in each country and each place.

The places where the cult occurs are shown in a map of each province separately; the doubtful monuments are underlined.

The figures in the text and the plates are numbered consecutively. New photographic techniques have been of great assistance and it has proved helpful to reproduce as many photographs as possible, since in CumonFs work the drawings have always had the disadvantage of being less ciear or sometimes even inaccurate.


It would be highly desirable to give reproductions of the paintings in full colour, but unfortunately this was impossible in the present work. It was necessary to bring into relief the Rome monuments which were dealt with earlier in a separate book 1.

As the doctrine found its definite shape in Rome, and as the Capital also supplies us with the richest evidence of the Mithras cult, its monuments deserve our special attention. We should not forget Franz Cumonfs words: Thanks are due to all those who introduced the author into the cultural setting of present-day Rome. I am indebted to Prof. Hoogewerff for the kind hospitality enjoyed in the Netherlands Historical Institute in Rome, while he was its Director.

And I also have gratefully to acknowledge the kindness of the present Director, Dr. Leopold, the former Director of the Archaeological Section, and Dr. In the Valle Giulia in Rome, Belgium and Holland are closely connected both by situation and friendship. This has been of exceptional advantage owing to the kind help of the former Director of the Belgian Academy in Rome, Prof. It has been possible to illustrate the description of the monuments of Rome and Ostia with a great number of photographs through the kindness of the Directors and Keepers of the Vatican and Roman Museums, Barone Dr.

Bartolomeo No- gara f and Dr.

The circumstances for describing the monuments of Gallia were quite as favour- able as for Italy. On account of the present and ever increasing cultural associ- ation between France and Holland the French Ministry of Education, Arts and Sciences made it possible for me to continue my studies in Paris for a long period. The interest of I,perio. Thanks are also due to Prof.

Festugiere, in Paris, and to Prof. I am indebted to all those Keepers of Museums in Britain who, in spite kzzaro this, made it possible for me to examine the monuments I wished to see; in particular I express my deepest gratitude to Prof. Ashmole for this token of courtesy. Through the good offices of kazado British School at Rome, and the American and Swedish Institutes, I was able to imprrio publications which were otherwise hard to come by.

The Bibliotheca Vaticana also gave special facilities. It was hoped that peace would bring opportunities for a more thorough study of the monuments in Germany and the Balkans, but this hope has not yet been fulfilled.

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A discussion in Paris with Prof. Alfoldi revealed that a considerable number of monuments in the Hungarian area might have been rediscovered, and that the known monuments might have been recorded more accurately, had not the uncertain intemational situation prevented this.

The other Roman provinces of the Danube Basin present the same difficulties. In many instances there imperoi too little personal contact with colleagues in this area, kaaro therefore only little progress in collecting the necessary photographic material could be made. Only for the provinces of Dacia, Moesia and Thracia has it been possible to collect more material, owing to the friendship and help of the Rumanian Institute in Rome.


Its former Director, Prof. Lambrino, and my friends Dr.

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Dinu Adamesteanu and Prof. Warm thanks are due to Prof. I am also indebted to Prof. Jongkees all of UtrechtMgr. Bellon NijmegenProf. Turchi both of Romeand the late Prof. Gratitude to my parents and my wife is based on their active co-operation as well as on their loving interest. It will be understood that the translation of this work, which called for a great deal of intricate and detailed description, caused considerable perplexity, especial- ly because a fixed terminology was lacking so that it was sometimes necessary to coin my own terms.

I am therefore greatly indebted to Mr. Lemmers of Nijmegen, who conscientiously assisted me in this difficult task.

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El imperio kázaro y su herencia / Arthur Koestler

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