Fortuna   - in ancient sources @

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  Fortuna   - the Roman goddess of fortune
Wikipedia entry
  + Fortune
194/20 dedicated to Juno Matuta, Faunus, Fortuna Primigenia, and Jupiter.
173/2 vius dedicates the temple of Fortuna Equestris, for which he strips
110/11 _674, the dedication of a wall at Capua to Spes, Fides, and Fortuna.
101/29 atulus dedicates a temple to Fortuna Huiusce Diei, and uses the booty
80/29 has a mosaic floor installed in the temple of Fortuna at Praeneste.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.48 ne, son of Gaius, gave this to Fortune out of spoils.
CIL_1.60 this for my people's sake, to Fortune, first-born dau
CIL_* 1.1445-1447 * one. Praeneste. To Fortuna Primigenia; bestowed as a
CIL_1.1450 stowed this as a gift on Fortuna Primigenia, willingly
CIL_1.2235 Dedications at Praeneste to Fortuna Primigenia. C
CIL_1.656 near Florence. To Fortune, as a sacred gift from T
CIL_1.674 ii] A wall to Hope, Faith, and Fortune. Found at Ca
CIL_* 1.977-980 * bestow this as a gift on Fors Fortuna. Foremen: Gaius
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   lic Holiday. To Feronia, Fortuna Primigenia and
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   her to make supplication to Fortuna Virilis. The hu
SelPap_1.62 fice at Oxyryhnchus, priest of Fortune, greeting. I ac

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