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- Thracian Sacred Names and Terminology
- Montium custos nemorumque virgo. Quae laborantes utero puellas. Ter vocata audis adimisque leto,.
- Diana Nemorensis Andrew Alfoldi American Journal 0fArchae0l0gy
- Nov 25, 2005 tria virginis om Dianne. Diana, the mantium custos nemorumquc 1/irgo, is addressed by Horace" as diva triformis.
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- a beautifull ode to her, beginning thus-. "Montium custos nemuorumque, V7irgo,. Qum laboranites utero puellas,.
- Northrop Frye Newsletter
- called “Hecate,” the diva triformis who is also the elusive moon in the sky and the invisible virgin of the forest.
- Diana in Ettal
- 3, 22): Montium custos nemorumque, virgo, quae laborantis utero puellas ter vocata audis adimisque leto, diva triformis,.
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- This triune quality stayed with Diana; centuries later, Horace was still calling her diva triformis.
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- Rex Nemorensis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Horace, Carmen 3.22.
- The Secret Doctrine by H. P. Blavatsky, Vol 1, bk 2, ch 9
- For she is Diva triformis, tergemina, triceps — three heads on one neck,* like Brahma-Vishnu-Siva.
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