Venus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the Roman goddess of love, similar to the Greek Aphrodite
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The dedication of a temple to Venus.
The temple of Venus Erycina is dedicated by L.Porcius.
hastest woman in Rome, to dedicate the temple of Venus Verticordia
CIL_1.675, a wall dedicated to Venus at Capua.
of his theatre and the dedication of the temple of Venus Victrix
rum, including the temple of Venus Genetrix and the Basilica Julia.
Cat_14, a poem addressed to Venus, mentioning the intention of Verg
The consuls celebrate the festival of Venus Genetrix.
und at Pompeii. Aeneas, son of Venus and Anchises. He
ard of Two. So may Venus of Pompeii, holy, hallowed go
of Mesius, and priestess of Venus, her sons at t
ave to leave here for you. May Venus' flower be [give
resent this as a gift to Venus: Tertia Domatia, daug
rceus found at Tarquinii Venus' dish CIL_1 .444 Latin
675 [iii] A wall to Venus? Found at Capua. 108
(early 1st cent.) tage. Business in Court. To Venus of Eryx. [The
(1st cent. A.D.) ril] is named after Venus, because she [coupled
loss of Hesperos, whom Venus attached to herself and rel
a line of deities, let Venus' own hand set you in the
Ennius:Ann_* 18-21 *
shrewd Anchises to whom Venus, loveliest of goddesses,
her fault, appeals to Venus : NONIUS : Parumper, 'speed
hallowed stream,  & Venus answers Ilia's prayer : CHA
esta Minerva Ceres Diana Venus Mars Mercurius Jovis Neptun
same time, offerings to Venus for the preservation of the
storm with which Venus caused Aeolus to vex the Trojans
 Beginning of Venus' appeal : VARRO : Naevius has -
asion of the festival of Venus Genetrix which his father
is promised, to Venus hereafter Caesars twain : these
or representing either Venus or Venus's son ; as hallowe
above all a temple of Venus, he ordered appearances to
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