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  Concordia   - the Roman goddess of harmony
  + Concord , Homonoia
304/24 ility, who try to prevent him from dedicating a temple to Concordia.
215/3 The dedication of a temple of Concordia.
164/16 censor Q.Philippus sets up a sun-dial, and a statue of Concordia.
154/18 pontifices about moving a statue of Concordia into the senate-house.
121/14 The senate instructs Opimius to restore the temple of Concordia.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.2676   ossible place in the Temple of Concord, and a secon
CIL_10.5159   10.5159 A statue of Concordia at Casinum
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   s. [ 5th ] B Nones . . . To Concordia on the Capi
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   . The temple of Concordia Augusta [was dedicated]
Joseph:AJ_14.145   of December, in the temple of Concord. There were present
Joseph:AJ_14.219   des of April, in the temple of Concord. [220] There were
Joseph:AJ_14.222   of February, in the temple of Concord. Now the ambassador
NicDam_130.69   Senate in the temple of Concordia and arraigned the tribu
Obseq_4   days in the precinct of Concord. In Sicily there was a
Obseq_6   the precinct of Vulcan and Concord it rained blood. The spears
Plinius:Ep_5.1   in the Temple of Concord, and I addressed him there in
SEG_30.1119   (late 4th cent.)   the ancestors and to Homonoia a sacrificial animal
SEG_33.675   (c. 182-179)   onoia {"Concord"} and to Zeus Boulaios
SEG_39.1426   (238-221)   es to Homonoia {"Concord"}, and shall b
THI_175.C   he was the priest of Homonoia {"Concord"} and . . .
ValMax_1.8e.17   the very bosom of divine Concord herself?
ValMax_9.7.4   front of the temple of Concord. Then they tore him to


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