Mithra

in ancient Indo-Iranian mythology, the god of light, whose cult spread from India in the east to as far west as Spain, Great Britain, and Germany. ... [12 related articles]
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Mithra

Mithra (mith'ru) , ancient god of Persia and India (where he was called Mitra). Until the 6th cent. B.C., Mithra was apparently a minor figure in the Zoroastrian system. Under the Achaemenids, Mithra became increasingly important, until he appeared in the 5th cent. B.C. as the principal Persian ...
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Mithra

Mithra was the Persian god of light, and was believed to ride his golden chariot, the sun, across the sky drawn by four white horses. Mithra had 10,000 eyes and ears, was strong, and knowledgeable and was renowned for his bravery in battle. Mithra represented the power of goodness, and promised his followers compensation for present evil after deat...
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