Minerva   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Minerva   - the Roman goddess of wisdom, the equivalent of the Greek Athena
Wikipedia entry
240/3 Dedication of the shrine of Minerva Capta.
    Within translations:
Athen_11.462 shield in the temple of Minerva cannot be seen; and then
Cic:Brut_257 most beautiful statue of Minerva: and yet, notwithstanding
CIL_1.34 cius brings this as a gift for Minerva. CIL_1 .37 L
CIL_1.2215 willingly and deservedly on Minerva. CIL_1 .2216 L
CIL_1.2216 own cost and dedicated them to Minerva. CIL_1 .1816 L
CIL_1.364 Jupiter Juno and Minerva a gift bestowed by Falis
CIL_1.365 this as a gift vowed sacred to Minerva. When it was be
CIL_1.404 son of M . . . Folius . . to Minerva of Lindus. [b]
CIL_1.447 rceus found at Tarquinii Minerva's dish CIL_1 .450 L
CIL_1.460 He bestowed this as a gift on Minerva. CIL_1 .607 L
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   iness; Public Holiday. To Minerva. [ 20th ] E (?)
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   a temple was [dedicated to Minerva] on the Aven
Diod_40.4 edicated to the goddess {Minerva} 12,060 pieces of gold
ElegMaec_1.17 pollo with learned Minerva had conferred their art on you
Ennius:Ann_60 in Ennius - Juno Vesta Minerva Ceres Diana Venus Mars
Just_2.6 first consecrated the city to Minerva, and gave it the
Just_24.8 ing temples of Diana and Minerva, met them; that they had
Just_43.5 gone into the temple of Minerva, and observed in the port
Ovid:Cons_377 ine and that of fearless Minerva and the sacred palace of
Plinius:Ep_1.6 You will find that Minerva loves to wander on the mountain
Plinius:Ep_3.21 days together to crabbed Minerva, while he prepares for
Plinius:Ep_7.9 form of Mars or chaste Minerva, or representing either
Plinius:Ep_9.10 as you say I ought, to both Minerva and Diana. And so

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