Bellona

• (n.) The goddess of war.
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Bellona

(also Nerio) Roman name of Enyo.
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Bellona

[1782] Bellona was a 472 burthen ton merchantman and convict ship that was dispatched in 1792 from England to Australia. Launched in 1782 at Limehouse upon the Thames River by Woolcombe for Boyd & Co. Under the command of Matthew Boyd, she sailed from Gravesend, England, on 8 August 1792, with 17 female convicts, free settlers and a cargo o...
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Bellona

[goddess] Bellona was an Ancient Roman goddess of war, corresponding to the Ancient Greek Enyo. She was called the sister of Mars, and in some sources, his wife or an associate of his female cult partner Nerio. Bellona`s main attribute is the military helmet worn on her head, and she often holds a sword, a shield, or other weapons of battle...
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Bellona

Bel·lo'na noun [ Latin , from bellum war.] (Rom. Myth.) The goddess of war.
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Bellona

a goddess of war; she was usually portrayed with weapons and armor in art; the temple to Bellona in Rome was on the Capitoline Hill and was the site of senate meetings about foreign wars.
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Bellona

Bellona is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Bellona

Bellona was the Roman goddess of war, and the wife of the god Mars.
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Bellona

Bellona: see Mars.
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Bellona

In Roman mythology, the goddess of war; wife or sister of Mars, god of war. During the Third Samnite War between Rome and the Samnites of northern Italy in 296 BC, the Sabine aristocrat Appius...
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Bellona

In Roman mythology, the goddess of war; wife or sister of Mars, god of war. During the Third Samnite War between Rome and the Samnites of northern Italy in 296 BC, the Sabine aristocrat Appius Claudius of Rome vowed to dedicate a temple to her. The building was eventually erected in the Campus Martius in 293 BC, near the altar of Mars
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Bellona

in Roman religion, goddess of war, identified with the Greek Enyo. Sometimes known as the sister or wife of Mars, she has also been identified with ...
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Bellona

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Luther on 1 Mar 1854. Diameter in km: 124. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Bellona

Roman goddess of war.
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Bellona

The Bellona was a Danish C Class submarine of 300 tons displacement launched in 1919. The Bellona had a top speed of 14 knots surfaced, 8 knots submersed and carried a complement of 24. She was armed with one 6-pdr anti-aircraft gun and three 18-inch torpedo tubes in the bow and one 18-inch torpedo tube in the stern.
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