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" Isis was the Venus of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens, the Cybele of the Phrygians, the Ceres of Eleusis, the Proserpine of Sicily, the Diana of Crete, the Bellona of the Romans, &c. "
The Oriental Herald - Page 334
1828
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Bibliotheca classica; or, A classical dictionary: containing a ..., Volume 1

John Lemprière - Literary Criticism - 1792 - 822 pages
...ancient deities, as fome authors obferve, comprehended all nature and all the gods of the heathens. ICs was the Venus of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens, the Cybele of the Phrygians, the Ceres of Eleufis, the Proferpine of Sicily, the Diana of Crete, the Bellona of the Romans, &c. Ofiris and Ifis...
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Greek Marbles Brought from the Shores of the Euxine, Archipelago, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - Sculpture, Greek - 1809 - 81 pages
...yX«<r<7«i Hist, des Inscriptions, torn. XVI. p. 20. XVII. pp. 86, 87. (h) Tom. I. PI. 45. fig. 6. 29 of Isis found in Egypt. It seems an established truth,...Pagan Mythology, the confusion, which at first view seerrted to bewilder the inquirer, gradually disappears. The most antient expositors of Heathen Fables...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names ...

John Lemprière - Classical dictionaries - 1809 - 861 pages
...deities, .is ibme authors obferve, comprehended all nature and, all the gods of the heathens. Ilis n as the Venus of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens, the Cybele of the Phrygians, the Ceres of Eleufis, the Proferpine of Sicily, the Diana of Crete, the Bellona of the Romans, fcc. Ofiris -and...
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A classical dictionary

John Lempriere - 1812
...antient deities, as fome authors obferve, comprehended all nature, and all the gods of the heathens. Ifis was the Venus of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens, the Cybele of the Phrygians, the Ceres of Eleufis, the Proftrpine of Sicily, the Diana of Crete, the Bellon» of the Romans, itc. Ofiris and...
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A Dictionary of Ancient Classical and Scriptural Proper Names: In which Will ...

Thomas Browne (LL.D.), John Lemprière, John Walker - Classical dictionaries - 1812 - 504 pages
...received divine honours after death. Isis was the Venui of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens, the Cyhele of the Phrygians, the Ceres of Eleusis, the Proserpine of Sicily, the Diana of Crete, the Bellona of the Romans, Ike. Osiris and Isis reigned conjointly in Egyptj but the rebellion of Typhon,...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge. [With] Supp

Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1816
...two ancient deities, as fome obferve, comprehended all nature and all the gods of the heathens. Ifis was the Venus of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens, the Cybele of the Phrygians, the Ceres of Eleufis, the Prolerpine of Sicily, the Diana of Crete, the Bellona of the Romans, &c. Ofiris and Ifis...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing a Copious Account of All Proper Names ...

John Lemprière - Classical dictionaries - 1822 - 850 pages
...ancient deities, a* some authors observe, comprehended all nature and all the gods of the heathens. Isis was the Venus of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens,...the Ceres of Eleusis, the Proserpine of Sicily, the Dinna of Crete, the Bcllona of the Romans, &c. Osiris and l->s reigned conjointly in Egypt, but the...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing a Copious Account of All Proper Names ...

John Lemprière - Classical dictionaries - 1822 - 788 pages
...ancient deities, as some authors observe, comprehended all nature and all the gods of the heathens. Isis was the Venus of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens, the Cybele of the Phrygians, the Ceres of Elensis, the Proserpine of Sicily, the Diana of Crete, the Bclloua of the Romans, &c. Osiris and Isis...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 11

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...ancient deities, as some authors observe, comprehended all nature and all the gode of the heathens. Isis was the Venus of Cyprus, the Minerva of Athens, the Cybele of the Phrygian«, the Ceres of Eleusis, the Proserpine of Sicily, the Diana of Crete, the Huilona of the...
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