- Studying Ancient History; > Glossary - Terms to Know; > N-R Terms; > P Terms; > PS-PZ. Definition: Pudicitia is the Roman goddess of modesty and chastity.
- Virtue, Violence, and Victors: The Role of Pudicitia in Livy's Ab Urbe
- Apr 15, 2011 This paper explores the highly gendered role of chastity (pudicitia) in the work of the Roman historian, Titus Livius.
- Bibliographie générale 2010-2011
- 98Cairns, F. (2011), « Tarpeia pudicitia in Propertius 1.16.
- Pudicitia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pudicitia ("modesty" or “sexual virtue”) was the Roman goddess who personified modesty and chastity. Her Greek equivalent was Aidôs.
- Tertullian : De pudicitia
- Dec 11, 1999 Tertullian latin texts, translations, editions, bibliography, links, manuscripts, text criticism, early christians, fathers.
- Pudicitia on Roman Coins
- Jul 18, 2009 What I Like About Ancient Coins - Roman coins Showing Pudicitia, the personification of womanly modesty.
- Category:Pudicitia - Wikimedia Commons
- Sep 2, 2010 From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to: navigation, search.
- PUDICITIA, PUDOR, Roman Mythology Index
- Two sanctuaries were dedicated to her, one under the name of Pudicitia patricia, and the other under that of Pudicitia plebeia.
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