Diana - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Roman goddess, the equivalent of the Greek Artemis
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The dedication of temples of Juno and Diana.
Sulla makes a dedication of land and water to Diana on Mount Tifata.
Diana flings her torch from the
ublic notice. From Diana's Mirror, as far as the Cleme
bronze spear-point, Nemi. To Diana deservedly. Nurse
ibur. Now lost. To Diana of the Grove, the Help-brin
dwoman in the service of Diana, made this for herself
chapel as a vow deservedly to Diana. [b] Repeated in
ilia bestows this as a gift on Diana. CIL_1 .377 Latin
tablet of bronze, dedicated to Diana, Nemi. c. 190
Pedestal of stone. Found in Diana's Grove. 200 B.C.
the construction, out of Diana's offertory, of a wall
(early 1st cent.) iness; Public Holiday. To Diana and Juno the Q
Juno Vesta Minerva Ceres Diana Venus Mars Mercurius Jovis
erapolis he pretended to marry Diana. While the others pre
neighbouring temples of Diana and Minerva, met them; tha
refuge to the altar of Diana, was killed in a tumult of
lead, in the temple of Diana, as if thus to secure his
deposited in the temple of Diana, pretending that he was entrusting
The Egyptian representative of Diana presiding over childb
on the shores of Taurian Diana act most cruelly toward visitors
he seized the temple of Diana as a citadel.
Callippia, and a temple of Diana surrounded by two streams, both
Susa and the temple of Diana, which is regarded with the
by Capitoline Jupiter and by Diana of Ephesus, works that have
matches in the Grove of Diana.
Averted in the temple of Diana is also believed to be
a megabyzus or priest of Diana of Ephesus,  and at
Pollio, and the Aesculapius and Diana in the temple of Juno
were those of Apollo, Diana, Hercules and Minerva, the
feet.  There is a Diana by Timotheus at Rome in
the mountains quite as much as Diana. & Farewell.  &
I ought, to both Minerva and Diana. And so I needs must
the fawn was sacred to Diana; that through it the goddes
extremely wealthy temple of Diana in Elymais. The guard
plunder the temple of Diana, which contained innumerabl
that whoever offered it to Diana on the Aventine, his country
fire to the temple of Diana at Ephesus, so that by
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