Venus   - in ancient sources @

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  Venus   - the Roman goddess of love, similar to the Greek Aphrodite
Wikipedia entry
295/20 The dedication of a temple to Venus.
181/1 The temple of Venus Erycina is dedicated by L.Porcius.
114/22 hastest woman in Rome, to dedicate the temple of Venus Verticordia
108/14 CIL_1.675, a wall dedicated to Venus at Capua.
55/31 of his theatre and the dedication of the temple of Venus Victrix
46/61 rum, including the temple of Venus Genetrix and the Basilica Julia.
46/96a Cat_14, a poem addressed to Venus, mentioning the intention of Verg
34/12 The consuls celebrate the festival of Venus Genetrix.
    Within translations:
CIL_10.808 und at Pompeii. Aeneas, son of Venus and Anchises. He
CIL_1.1644 ard of Two. So may Venus of Pompeii, holy, hallowed go
CIL_1.1751 of Mesius, and priestess of Venus, her sons at t
CIL_1.2540 ave to leave here for you. May Venus' flower be [give
CIL_1.2685 resent this as a gift to Venus: Tertia Domatia, daug
CIL_1.451 rceus found at Tarquinii Venus' dish CIL_1 .444 Latin
CIL_1.675 675 [iii] A wall to Venus? Found at Capua. 108
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   tage. Business in Court. To Venus of Eryx. [The
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   ril] is named after Venus, because she [coupled
ElegMaec_1.129 loss of Hesperos, whom Venus attached to herself and rel
ElegMaec_2.27 a line of deities, let Venus' own hand set you in the
Ennius:Ann_* 18-21 * shrewd Anchises to whom Venus, loveliest of goddesses,
Ennius:Ann_49 her fault, appeals to Venus : NONIUS : Parumper, 'speed
Ennius:Ann_52 hallowed stream, [52] & Venus answers Ilia's prayer : CHA
Ennius:Ann_60 esta Minerva Ceres Diana Venus Mars Mercurius Jovis Neptun
Just_18.5 same time, offerings to Venus for the preservation of the
Naev:Pun_13 storm with which Venus caused Aeolus to vex the Trojans
Naev:Pun_16 [16] Beginning of Venus' appeal : VARRO : Naevius has -
NicDam_130.108 asion of the festival of Venus Genetrix which his father
Ovid:Cons_221 is promised, to Venus hereafter Caesars twain : these
Plinius:Ep_7.9 or representing either Venus or Venus's son ; as hallowe
Plut:Mor_196 above all a temple of Venus, he ordered appearances to

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