Mars   - in ancient sources @

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  Mars   - the Roman god of war, equivalent of the Greek Ares
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  + Gradivus , Marmar , Marmor , Martian , Mavors
99/7 Omens, including the movement of the spears of Mars in the Regia.
42/26 ute a festival and a temple of Mars Ultor when the war is completed.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_3.19   ruelty of Amulius. Mars had seduced her, and they were his
Cic:DeOr_3.167   these are examples: that the Mars, or fortune, of war is
Cic:Rep_2.4   He was the son of Mars (for we may grant that
CIL_1.2   And let not bane and bale, O Marmar, assail more f
CIL_1.18   completed this as sacred to Mars. CIL_1 .20
CIL_1.47   Herius; something sacred for Mars. [b] Gaius Placen
CIL_1.49   ne, son of Gaius, gave this to Mavors out of spoils. C
CIL_1.1513   of Servius bought this with Mars' money. CIL_1 .801
CIL_1.609   Rome. 211 B.C. To Mars, given by Marcus Claudius, con
CIL_10.809   at Pompeii. Romulus, son of Mars. He [founded] the
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   Business. To Mars on the Slope; to Juno on the C
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   is . . . [the Sabines call Mars] by the name of Qu
Diod_37.11   Jupiter , Vesta of Rome, Mars the patron of the city , Sol
ElegMaec_1.17   ing of those ways : when Mars sits idle, everything beseem
Ennius:Ann_60   inerva Ceres Diana Venus Mars Mercurius Jovis Neptunus Vul
Ennius:Ann_63   & Jupiter foretells to Mars that only one of his sons
Ennius:Ann_111   ales - Nerio, consort of Mars, and Here likewise if he has
FastTr_explanation   kings, such as Romulus son of Mars. The official position
FastTr_p90   752/1 & Romulus, son of Mars, king, & over the Caeninense
Festus:Brev_27   engagement to a harsher Mars was fought nine times, seven
GranLic_13   ed. 20 A statue of Mars was said to have fallen on its hea
Just_2.4   hat they were the daughters of Mars. 14 After subduing the
Just_43.2   ly, in a grove sacred to Mars, she gave birth to two boys,
Lucill_11.160   oroscopes from observing Mars and Saturn are deserving of
Obseq_6   rained blood. The spears of Mars moved. At Lanuvium the statue
Obseq_36   rained milk. The spears of Mars in the Regia moved. At
Obseq_42   opened the wooden statue of Mars was found standing on its
Obseq_44   and districts. The spears of Mars in the Regia moved of
Obseq_47   by lightning. The spears of Mars in the Regia moved. At
Obseq_50   . . The spears of Mars in the Regia moved. At
Obseq_63   was heard. The statue of Mars sweated. Lightning overran the entire
Ovid:Cons_21   heap with gifts our sire Gradivus, and all the gods whom
Ovid:Cons_221   gods alone are owed by Martian Rome.' Thus sang the godd
Plin:HN_6.32   the Aria and sacred to Mars; they say that on it
Plin:HN_7.201   thong by Aetolus son of Mars, spears for skirmishing by Tyrrhenus,
Plin:HN_7.209   Hyperbius son of Mars first killed an animal, Prometheus
Plin:HN_34.141   dedicated in the temple of Mars the Avenger. The same benevolence
Plin:HN_36.26   the colossal seated statue of Mars by the same artist in
Plin:HN_37.14   gold figures of Minerva, Mars and Apollo respectively; thirty-three
Plinius:Ep_7.9   either with the form of Mars or chaste Minerva, or repres
Polyaen_8.2.1   Romulus, sons of Mars and Sylvia, formed a design agains
SelPap_1.199   Aries, Saturn in Cancer, Mars in Leo, Venus and Moo
SelPap_1.200   osition and subtractive; Mars in Leo at the beginning;
ValMax_1.1.2   and also a flamen of Mars, desired Africa for his province
ValMax_1.8.6   say about the assistance of Mars, which facilitated the victory of
ValMax_2.7.7   I may so say, O Mars the father of our empire,
ValMax_3.7e.6   Bithynia, in the judgment of Mars himself.
ValMax_6.5.1   built by the son of Mars Romulus }, and that war

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