Fides   - in ancient sources @

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  Fides   - a Roman god, the personification of Faith
Wikipedia entry
254/15b Atilius dedicates a temple to Fides.
110/11 _674, the dedication of a wall at Capua to Spes, Fides, and Fortuna.
109/18 works, including temples of Fides and Mens, but is forced to resign
    Within translations:
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   October. No Business. To Fides {Faith}. D Busi
Obseq_68   tablets from the temple of Fides were torn off by a
ValMax_6.6.5   rather the very temple of Faith?     { see 265/3
ValMax_6.6e.1   can only believe that Faith herself, surveying human affairs,

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