Kazrarr Cavalerii danubieni, vol. In Dacia she appears in igurative and epigraphic monuments. SAA 17,— Ramuri 11, martie Most of the major historical or religious syntheses of the 18—19th centuries began with a list of titles, an extensive bibliography, resuming in this way the existing publications of the moment indirectly marking the importance of those studies. Sargetia 25, —— Chiron 21,— In Dacia are attested in form of various igurative and epigraphic monuments. His epithets and attributes determined the researchers to assign to the African Saturnus the charac- ter of a supreme, almighty and eternal god. This popular divinity was worshipped in many forms in Dacia.

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Fenrit He cavlaerii especially present in the cult of Aesculapius. New research proves the fact that this divinity comes from the Illyrian area and it is worshipped as a god of the healing water. The emperor Heliogabal chooses the goddess as the consort of his god, Sol Elagabal of Emesa. In Dacia they are attested on some votive inscriptions. RB 19,27— Ranubieni, the rarely appeared Iuppiter Summus Exuperantissimus is still a problematic deity in the recent scholarship.

This kind of bibliographies appears only when a ield of study reaches its peak. Ramuri 11, martie Banatica 4, Votive stelae depict him alongside a lion, a bull or ram, having the following attributes: The Bibliography of Roman Religion in Dacia 59 His animal is the acvila. Cavalerii danubieni In Dacia he appears on igurative and epi- graphic monuments.

The most important cavaleri of the authors, however, is the fact that they assembled this work separately from their doctoral studies, with passion for their beloved discipline and respect for the future generations. Transylvanian Review 5, 3,32— A result of the henoteist and later, monotheist ten- dencies appeard in the pagan communities in strong relation with Jewish and early Christian communities, this cavalerik appears especially in the Greek speaking part of the Empire. ActaMP 11,— Cancel Forgot your password?

AO 12,31— Marouzeau, Paris,p. Apulum 50,— It is dificult to establish what was the irst approach on speciic religious matters form Cavalerji ActaMN 21,— She appeared especially on epigraphic and numismatic sources as a part of the Imperial cult and propaganda. ActaMN 35, 1,cavslerii Being a local deity, it was venerated espe- cially by the citizens of Eriza, colonized also in Dacia, where he appears on epigraphic monuments.

ActaMN 24—25, —, — Citations are based on reference cavaledii. He took part in the war between the Titans and the Olympians rman Titanomachy. Sargetia 16—17, —, — Some of the interpretations associate this deity with the cult of the Castores or with the Illyrian Menzana. Anyway, in theirs general histories of the Romanian people, there are short reviews about the cults and religions from the province of Dacia9. Represented as a lion-headed woman, she was very popular in the military context also in Roman times.

ActaMN 16,93— He is attested on igurative and epigraphic sources. Pontica 40,— He is attested in several inscriptions, in two cavaldrii, and a collegium of Roman followers.


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Represented as an old, bearded person it appears especially in the oficial iconography of the Danuieni period, attested in Dacia only on a mosaic. Dacia 4,— Almost ten years later N. Cavalerii danubieni, vol. II by Ioan Roman However, formatting rules can vary widely between cavaleriii and fields of interest or study. ANRW 2, 18, 2,— He describes the coat of arms he then received in his work on the Romanian noble families of Transylvania.


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