Victoria - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the Roman goddess of Victory, similar to the Greek Nike
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Postumius dedicates the temple of Victoria.
The dedication of the temple of Victoria Virgo.
fter them came images of Victory, having golden wings, and
rawn by real elephants, having Victory and Athene on each
& I Ares invoke, and mighty Victory, & To favour this
Them they did give to Victory, a spoil & Well won, and
Flavius gave this as a gift to Victory willingly and d
willingly and deservedly on Victory . . . quaest
(early 1st cent.) . One temple of Victory was dedicated in 294 B.C.,
(1st cent. A.D.) iness; Public Holiday. To Victory. To Victory the
aring a golden statue of Victory weighing ten thousand gol
he ordered a statue of Victory of solid gold, which was
he sat down a statue of Victory was let down by a rope
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