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Venus (Roman deity)


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    • us: فينوس (Roman deity)
    • us: Fīnūs (Roman deity)
    • us: Venera (Roman deity)
    • us: Венера (Roman deity)
    • us: Gwener (Roman deity)
    • us: Venuše (Roman deity)
    • us: Βένους (Roman deity)
    • us: Venous (Roman deity)
    • us: Venere (Roman deity)
    • us: ונוס (Roman deity)
    • us: Венус (Roman deity)
    • us: ウェヌス (Roman deity)
    • us: Uenusu (Roman deity)
    • us: Wenus (Roman deity)
    • us: Vèniri (Roman deity)
    • us: Venuša (Roman deity)
    • us: 维纳斯 (Roman deity)
    • us: Weinasi (Roman deity)
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    • found: Dalby, Andrew. Venus : a biography, 2005.
    • found: Blow, John. Venus and Adonis, 1939.
    • found: Manifestations of Venus, 2000.
    • found: Wikipedia, April 10, 2014 (Venus (mythology); Venus is the Roman goddess whose functions encompassed love, beauty, sex, fertility and prosperity. In Roman mythology, she was the mother of the Roman people through her son, Aeneas, who survived the fall of Troy and fled to Italy. Greek equivalent: Aphrodite) Arabic version (فينوس = Fīnūs) Azerbaijani page (Venera) Belarusian page (Венера = Venera) Bulgarian page (Венера = Venera) Breton page (Gwener) Czech page (Venuše) Greek page (Βένους = Venous) Esperanto page (Venuso) Italian page (Venere) Hebrew page (ונוס = Ṿenus) Mongolia page (Венус = Venus) Japanese page (ウェヌス = Uenusu) Polish page (Wenus) Sicilian page (Vèniri) Slovak page (Venuša) Chinese page (维纳斯 = Weinasi)
    • found: Ancient history encyclopedia, via WWW, April 10, 2014 (Venus. In Roman mythology, Venus was the goddess of love, sex, beauty, and fertility. She was the Roman counterpart to the Greek Aphrodite. However, Roman Venus had many abilities beyond the Greek Aphrodite; she was a goddess of victory, fertility, and even prostitution.)
    • found: Encyclopedia mythica, via WWW, April 10, 2014 (Venus. The Roman goddess of love and beauty, but originally a vegetation goddess and patroness of gardens and vineyards. Later, under Greek influence, she was equated with Aphrodite and assumed many of her aspects. Venus is the daughter of Jupiter, and some of her lovers include Mars and Vulcan, modeled on the affairs of Aphrodite.)
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    • 2014-04-10: new
    • 2014-07-15: revised
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