Honour   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Honour   (Honos) - a Roman god, the personification of honour
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Wikipedia entry
233/8 Q.Fabius dedicates a temple to Honour.
208/9 vents Marcellus from dedicating a joint temple to Honour and Virtue.
99/9 Marius dedicates a temple to Honour and Virtue.
    Within translations:
Athen_14.616 book of his treatise On Honour and Pleasure, writes thus
CIL_6.41024 icated a temple to Honour and Virtue from the spoils of
CIL_1.31 stowed this gift deservedly on Honour. CIL_1 .32 Latin
CIL_1.698 as was done to the doors at Honour's temple. In regard
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   B Business in Assembly. To Honour. C (?) Busines


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