Neptune   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Neptune   - the Roman god of the sea; equivalent of the Greek Poseidon
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38/18 his victories with a magnificent sacrifice to Neptune at Pelorus.
30/3 Octavianus constructs monuments to Apollo and Neptune at Actium.
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_45   match for him was Neptune's son {Polyphemus} that dwelt
Cic:DeOr_3.167   for corn; Bacchus, for wine; Neptune, for the sea; the curia
Cic:Tusc_1.110   [46.] [110] For Neptune shall sooner bury Salamis itself
Cic:Tusc_2.67   or those horses sent by Neptune to Pelops (who are said
CIL_1.2504   rcury, of Apollo, and of Neptune superintended this of
CIL_10.6104   adorned the shrine of Neptune with coloured stone
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   Concordia. H Festival: of Neptunus. No Business;
Ennius:Ann_60   nus Mars Mercurius Jovis Neptunus Vulcanus Apollo [62] &
Ennius:Ann_534   of water. Ennius . . . - and Neptune's water roared with
Naev:Pun_13   the ruler of the seas, Neptune, brother of the all-highe
Nepos_4.4   at Taenarum a temple of Neptune, which the Greeks deem it
Obseq_52   At Fregellae the temple of Neptune opened up at night. When
Plin:HN_6.111   mountain, and consecrated to Neptune. Persis itself occupies 550
Plin:HN_6.152   trophies, to Jupiter and to Neptune, on the same spot.
Plin:HN_36.23   as an Apollo and a Neptune. [24] The son of Praxiteles,
Plin:HN_36.26   the Flaminian Circus There is Neptune himself, and with him are
Polyaen_8.3.1   sacrifice to Equestrian Neptune; on which occasion he mea
ValMax_6.9e.5   that left hand, to whom Neptune had restored the ring by
ValMax_8.11e.5   he finished the picture of Neptune with the most majestic colours
ValMax_9.1.1   subject to the power of Neptune, invented private seas for himself,
ValMax_9.2e.2   Carthaginian soldiers, just as Neptune had beheld the barbarity


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