Roma - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the goddess of Rome
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D_(2)42, a decree of Chios concerning the cult of the goddess Roma.
ription of the duties of the priests of the goddess Roma at Miletus.
(c. 150) dedicated this statue of the Roma to Capitoline Zeus and to
(180-120) cians 70 in honour of Roma Goddess Manifest, he and
(c. 188) in honour of the goddess Roma ], after the Theophania, a
(150-110) Apollo, and Daidalos was of Roma, and Artapates was 'on behalf
(c. 160-150) Harpalos was priest of the Roma for the league of the
city] holds for Apollo [and] Roma. The overseers shall have a
- a Trojan woman
a Trojan woman called Roma thus addressed them: "Whithe
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