Saturnus   - in ancient sources @

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  Saturnus   - an ancient ruler of Latium; the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Cronus
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  + Saturn
Athen_6.267   old, - & Who lived in Saturn's time, & When men did pla
CIL_1.4   Jupiter, Veiovis, and Saturn, he who presents me sw
CIL_1.587   in the ruins of the temple of Saturn at Rome, 81 B.C.
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   urnalia. Mid-split Day. To Saturnus. H Business in
Ennius:Ann_26   onnection of Latium with Saturn : VARRO : Men have recorde
Ennius:Ann_27   it. [27-8] & The fortunes of Saturn : NONIUS : Caelum
Ennius:Ann_62   goddesses, daughter of Saturn, made answer, [63-4] & Jup
Ennius:Ann_292   example, Ennius - Saturn's daughter, mighty among goddess
Just_43.1   tands the Capitol, as if Saturnus had been dislodged from
Plin:HN_3.8   of Hercules, Pyrene or Saturn I regard as absolutely
Plin:HN_7.196   by Chiron the son of Saturn and Philyra. [197] Aristotle thinks
Plinius:Ep_10.3a   efect of the Treasury of Saturn, I resigned all my other
PsCallisth_1.12   horoscope, and Cronus {Saturn} who was plotted against
Schol:Bob_112   jurors sat in the temple of Saturnus. Cicero took on

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