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Dea Dia: In ancient Roman religion, Dea Dia is a goddess of growth. She was sometimes identified with Ceres, and sometimes with her Greek equivalent Demeter.
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by Leila Clement Spaulding
to Dea Dia is a constant feature ...
An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy by Michael Lovano
785 Dea Dia,504 Death: of Cornelia ...
by Melusine Draco
In early times, the principal agricultural deity was Mars; in Republican daysthe deity was Ceres, while during Imperial times the earth deity was Dea Dia. Amber: A yellowgold, fossilised resin, which since ancient times has been associated with ...
by Samuel Ball Platner
LUCUS DEAE DIAE : see DEA DIA. LUCUS EGERIAE : see CAMENAE. LUCUS ESQUILINUs: an ancient grove on the mons Oppius (Varro, L.L. v.
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
whose sole duty was to preside at the festival of Dea Dia in May ; they worshipped in the groves of that goddess on the Via Campana, ...
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