CIMRM Supplement - Mithraeum II. Güglingen, Germany.
A second Mithraeum was discovered at Güglingen during the 1999-2005 excavations and excavated between 2002-4.1 The Mithraeum was slightly smaller than Mithraeum I. There were three phases, all timber-built. The last of these is the one in the reconstructions on-site. It was destroyed by fire when the inhabitants left. Fragments of the ceiling decoration survive, showing that it consisted of geometric patterns, rather than painting of stars. There were numerous finds inside the Mithraeum, including stone altars, drinking vessels, a cult sword, and a rayed iron crown. The finds may be found in the Roman museum in Güglingen. The temple consisted of an ante-chamber and the main cult chamber. It is 14 m x 5.5 m. in size.3