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- Goddess of the Moon, the natural world, a huntress and protectress of animals. A perpetual maiden, she was usually conflated with the Hellenic Artemis....
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- Gli ex voto anatomici, intesi come riproduzioni parziali - OpenstarTs
- cazioni di provenienza e possono pertanto venire o dal Fondo Patturelli, o dal santuario di Diana Tifatina o da altri luoghi di culto minori attorno alla città, come ...
- Breve Guida alla città di Santa Maria Capua Vetere - Comune di
- santuario di Diana Tifatina. Due sono le possibili date della fonda- zione della città, secondo la testimo- nianza di Valleio Patercolo: una intorno all'800 a.C.
- Architettura ellenistica a Roma e in area centro-italica - Bollettino di
- santuari a terrazze (Diana Tifatina presso Capua, santuari di Cales, di. Monte S. Nicola a Pietravairano, ecc.
- Roman History I.5. - Dossier - WebLearn
- Mosaic Inscription in the Temple of Diana Tifatina, nr. Capua, ?108 BC.
- Le Residenze Borboniche nella Campania felix - SitiReali.it
- architettura romanica, voluta dall'abate Desiderio nel X secolo sui ruderi del tempio dedicato a Diana Tifatina, con il suggestivo ciclo di affreschi di scuola ...
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- temple of Diana Tifatina - JStor
- skull there.4 In time, the cult of Diana Tifatina was spread by the army to the provinces .... MOSAIC INSCRIPTION IN THE TEMPLE OF DIANA TIFATINA 61.
- Diana (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Roman mythology, Diana ([djana]) was the goddess of the hunt, the moon .... the presence of the cult in Campania, as Diana Tifatina was appelled Trivia in an ...
- Il Santuario di Diana Tifatina
- Il santuario dedicato a Diana Tifatina, uno dei più celebri del mondo romano, sorgeva a circa tre miglia e mezzo a nord est di Capua antica, alle pendici del ...
- Diana Tifatina, Roman Religion and Mythology (Photo Archive)
- Aug 6, 2003 Diana Tifatina, Roman Religion and Mythology - The goddess of wild nature, hunting, chastity and marriage.
- Searching for Diana - The Suppressed Histories Archives
- Diana had another ancient hilltop grove at Tifata, further south near Capua. This goddess was known as Diana Tifatina. On the Palatine hill in Rome, there was a ...
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