Diana   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Diana   - Roman goddess, the equivalent of the Greek Artemis
Wikipedia entry
179/25 The dedication of temples of Juno and Diana.
83/13 Sulla makes a dedication of land and water to Diana on Mount Tifata.
    Within translations:
CIL_* 1.40-42 * tablet of bronze, dedicated to Diana, Nemi. c. 190
CIL_1.45 bronze spear-point, Nemi. To Diana deservedly. Nurse
CIL_1.*14.2772 ublic notice. From Diana's Mirror, as far as the Cleme
CIL_1.1480 ibur. Now lost. To Diana of the Grove, the Help-brin
CIL_1.1597 dwoman in the service of Diana, made this for herself
CIL_1.1696 chapel as a vow deservedly to Diana. [b] Repeated in
CIL_1.376 ilia bestows this as a gift on Diana. CIL_1 .377 Latin
CIL_1.610 Pedestal of stone. Found in Diana's Grove. 200 B.C.
CIL_1.680 the construction, out of Diana's offertory, of a wall
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   iness; Public Holiday. To Diana and Juno the Q
Ennius:Ann_60 Juno Vesta Minerva Ceres Diana Venus Mars Mercurius Jovis
GranLic_5 erapolis he pretended to marry Diana. While the others pre
Just_24.8 neighbouring temples of Diana and Minerva, met them; tha
Just_28.3 refuge to the altar of Diana, was killed in a tumult of
Just_32.4 lead, in the temple of Diana, as if thus to secure his
Nicarch_11.18 The Egyptian representative of Diana presiding over childb
Plinius:Ep_1.6 the mountains quite as much as Diana. & Farewell. [7] &
Plinius:Ep_9.10 I ought, to both Minerva and Diana. And so I needs must
Polyaen_8.22.1 the fawn was sacred to Diana; that through it the goddes
Porph:Fr_53 extremely wealthy temple of Diana in Elymais. The guard
Porph:Fr_56 plunder the temple of Diana, which contained innumerabl

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