CIMRM Supplement - Mithraeum. Riegel, nr. Frieburg in Brisgau, Germany.
Riegel am Kaiserstuhl was the site of a Roman garrison at the junction of two important routes. A Mithraeum was built here during the second half of the second century AD.1 It was built of timber on sandstone foundations. The cult relief is missing, but an altar indicates the function. Some interesting small finds were also found:
Re: feasting: "The finest collection of crockery yet found is that from the mithraeum in the Üsenbergstrasse, Riegel in the Kaiserstuhl: see B. Cämmerer, Riegel: Mithraeum in P.Filtzinger, D. Planck and B. Cämmerer (eds.), Die Römer in Baden Wuürttemberg3 (Stuttgart 1986) 506-8; Hensen 2000, 98-101; C. Drier, Riegel am Kasierstuhl, in Planck 2005, 273-8 at 276f."2
Marc Heilig of Archaeographe.net writes:
Coordinates: 48° 9' 2" N, 7° 45' 0" E / 48.1500 N, 7.7500 E.3
According to Wikipedia, "Freiburg im Breisgau, mithraeum relics from Riegel displayed in Freiburg museum". But some are certainly displayed in the Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe.