Libitina

Libitina, also Libentina or Lubentina, is an ancient Roman goddess of funerals and burial. Her name was used as a metonymy for death, and undertakers were known as libitinarii. Libitina was associated with Venus, and the name appears in some authors as an epithet of Venus. The grove (lucus) of Libitina was located on the Esquiline Hill, as were se...
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Libitina

Ancient Italian earth goddess connected with luxuriant nature and voluptuous pleasure. Her association with the underworld led to her transformation into the goddess of death and her later...
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Libitina

goddess of death and funerals.
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Libitina

in Roman religion, goddess of funerals. At her sanctuary in a sacred grove (perhaps on the Esquiline Hill), a piece of money was deposited whenever ...
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