Feronia

[Etruria] Feronia or Lucus Feroniae (Φερωνία, Strabo; Λοῦκος Φηρωνίας, Ptolemy) was an ancient town of southern Etruria, at the foot of Mount Soracte, within the territory of Capena, with a celebrated temple or shrine of the goddess from whom it derived its name, and a sacred grove, attached to it. Strabo, indeed, is t...
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Feronia

[goddess] Artists of the Domincan Republic. ...
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Feronia

[mythology] In ancient Roman religion, Feronia was a goddess associated with wildlife, fertility, health and abundance. She was especially honored among plebians and freedmen. Her festival, the Feroniae, was November 13, Ides of November, during the Ludi Plebeii (`Plebian Games`), in conjunction with Fortuna Primigenia; both were goddesses ...
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Feronia

[Sardinia] Feronia is the name of a mysterious ancient site (now disappeared) near the town of Posada (Sardinia, Italy), which was in Ptolemy`s maps and following until the Middle Ages. It is supposed that, due to the peculiar character and history of the territory, the place was named after the Roman (or Etruscan) goddess. Due to a few arc...
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