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The Rosetta Stone of Mithras and Roman Milestone in the Sterzing City Hall

General description

A Rosetta Stone depicting the Persian god of light Mithras was found near Mules in 1589. The original is conserved at the Bozen Archaeological Museum, while a copy is exhibited in the internal courtyard of the Sterzing City Hall, where there is also a Roman Milestone of Septimius Severus (approximately 200 A.D.), which was discovered in Sterzing in 1979.

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Città Nuova/Neustadt
39049 Vipiteno/Sterzing
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