Mercurius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Mercurius   - Roman god, identified with the Greek Hermes
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CIL_1.1618 of Puteoli. c. 106-92 B.C. To Mercury from the net-fi
CIL_1.1805 Dedications (to Mercury?) of men named Orbius, and
CIL_1.1920 this as a gift deservedly on Mercury. [b] Sacred to
CIL_1.2231 and deservedly paid to Mercury on behalf of his son
CIL_1.2239 en, bestowed this as a gift on Mercury and Maia. Greek
CIL_1.2252 officers for the worship of Mercury, for the men from
CIL_1.2504 of Publius Foremen of Mercury, of Apollo, and of Ne
CIL_1.2702 resent this as a gift to Mercury the Blest: Eros, s
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   iness; Public Holiday. To Mercurius, Maia ... unc
Ennius:Ann_60 Ceres Diana Venus Mars Mercurius Jovis Neptunus Vulcanus
Naev:Pun_12 that Aeneas had one ship which Mercury built. [13-15] Anch
Naev:Pun_44 Aeneas' ship, built by Mercury? : PRISCIANUS, on the gen


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